A quiet day at the port of Yokohama

To our delight, there was an airship flying over the the port of Yokohama on Monday, October 5, 2015. This airship, which is 39 meters long and can carry 4 persons including a pilot, happens to be the only available one that can fly in Japan.

Royal Wing, a 2,876-ton liner, which is based at Ohsanbashi berth (where the international passenger terminal is located) set off for its daily lunch cruise.

Then, there was the highlight of the day, Asuka II, a 50,140-ton ocean liner, slowly came into the port and subsequently berthed at the international passenger terminal.  

Here are some miscellaneous photos.

Facts about Yokohama

A talk with Steve Mickevics, my tutor

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Kohoku New Town

Jike countryside

Jike Art & Craft Corridor

SMEs in Tsuzuki, Yokohama

The Philippines

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