Naka Ward, where Yokohama Port opened to the world. This area of town is dotted with a range of monuments commemorating the beginnings of Yokohama as we know it today and telling us about the history behind the port’s opening. You can now download an illustrated walking map, taking you on a tour around these monuments.
You can also use this map to learn about the area’s history and society. A handy size, it is easy to slip into your pocket when out and about town.
In addition to English, Chinese and Korean versions are also available. To access the Japanese version and all foreign language versions, please click the below link.
(1) Print the map page and guide page using double sided printing (short edge binding).
(2) Fold the left and right hand sides of the sheet inwards so that they meet at the center.
Then, fold it in half down the center of the sheet.
(3) When you fold it so that the colored anchor signs are aligned, you can compare the map with the relevant monument commentary.
Download (English version)
English versions of the map (7th edition)（PDF：2,429KB）
English versions of the map（Special Edition on the Influx of Western Sports）（PDF：893KB）