Yokohama now home to Japan's tallest all-wooden building

Japan’s tallest all-wooden building reached completion in Yokohama in March after two years of construction.

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90+ year old home in Yokohama being restored

The new owner of a historic home in Yokohama is carrying out a full restoration. The Yamate 133 Ban-Kan residence was built sometime around 1930 and initially occupied by the Rising Sun Oil Corporation (a predecessor of Shell).

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Game museum and office tower for Yokohama

A real estate developer and video game company have joined forces to develop a high-rise office tower and game museum in Yokohama’s Minato Mirai 21 waterfront district.

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Malaysian developer joins forces for hotel-condo project in Yokohama

A joint venture between Berjaya Corporation Berhad, Marubeni, and Daiwa House Industry, has been selected to develop a two-hectare land parcel in Yokohama’s waterfront Minato Mirai 21 District.

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Japan’s largest hotel to house coronavirus patients

On April 10, hotelier APA Hotels & Resorts announced that the APA Hotel & Resort Yokohama Bay Tower will be leased out to Kanagawa Prefecture provide beds for coronavirus patients with light or no symptoms. The 37-story hotel is located on the Yokohama waterfront. With 2,311 rooms, it is the largest hotel in Japan based on room count.

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Yokohama's modernist City Hall to be converted into hotel

A leading example of modernist architecture in downtown Yokohama will be preserved and incorporated into a large-scale office and hotel project. 

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The Tower Yokohama Kitanaka sells out 1.5 years prior to completion

As of late July, all 1,126 apartments available for sale in The Tower Yokohama Kitanaka have sold out over a span of 8 months. Construction of the 58-storey building is due for completion in February 2020.Read more