The Landmark Plaza is a 5-story shopping mall adjacent to the Landmark Tower in Yokohama. The 200m-long mall has 160 speciality shops gathering around two grandiose atriums - Garden Square, an European-themed square, and Festival Square whose interior is has a friendly, casual feel.
The mall features a large variety of restaurants, cafes and confectionary shops on the 1st floor, fashion boutiques on the 3rd floor, and a Pokemon Center on the 4th floor. The 5th floor has a bookstore, stationary and souvenir shops and an event hall where exhibitions, concerts and movies are held, and is connected to the dining area of the Landmark Tower standing at 296m.
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 17.3km) Google Transit
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4.03 weeks ago
The Landmark Tower gives you the Yokohama City feel at 273 meters sky view. great place for shopping, eating and sight seeing and the Yokohama Royal Park Hotel. It has a variety of restaurants and remarkable shopping stores. The observatory deck that gives a 360 degree birds eye view of Yokohama City makes it an interesting experience. The elevator moves at a really fast speed, (the fasted in the world currently) but you can hardly tell when you are inside. The Landmark tower is a place to visit when you come to Japan.
5.0a month ago
Great shopping complex which has numerous restaurants, shops and a hotel. You can easily walk on the connecting bridges to other shopping malls which have more shops and restaurants.
Parking tickets and it's service work in all the malls - 2500 yen 1 hour, 5000 yen 2 hours and 10,000 3 hours free parking.
5.02 months ago
Breathtaking! I often like to visit the observatory deck and look at the city. It brings me such peace as I look into endless possibilities and man's great potential. It costs 1000 yen to go to the top on the fastest elevator in the world. Plus, on a clear day, you can see Mt. Fuji. I also had an animated portrait done.
5.03 months ago
Close and convenient to two train/metro stations. Good selection of nice stores and restaurants. A hidden Jade that I found out late is: deep in the basement level there are a dozen more Japanese restaurants with the traditional settings (surrounding a dry canal configuration) - definitely worth visiting
5.02 weeks ago
Stayed in 63rd floor overlooking the bay. Views were amazing, room very comfortable. Shame the gym and pool aren’t included in room rate. Breakfast in 70th floor is good but you’re paying for the view rather than the food...try and get a window seat otherwise it will just be a very expensive buffet!