When traveling in Tokyo, instead of just going to the classic landmarks inside this metropolitan city, you can also consider nearby attractions, including cities, historic sites, scenic spots, and hot springs. The traffic is much lighter in the Kanto region, and it only takes you 1-2 hours by JR to get to many nearby cities. If you go to Hakone, Kamakura, Yokohama and other nearby cities, there is a traffic ticket package that comes with a discount.
Yokohama is a Japanese city situated in the south of Tokyo. It was one of the first Japanese ports opened to foreign trade back in 1859. After opening its port to the outside world about 150 years ago, Yokohama has transformed itself into Japan’s second-largest city over the years. Yokohama’s port has scenic views that have a unique and attractive landscape that fascinates thousands of locals and tourists alike. Because of its various artistic and cultural attractions, it has a lot to offer to its visitors, from traditional culture to fun activities to beautiful touristic sites.