Yokosuka Travel Guide


Relaxation and Activities

1Start from Misakiguchi Sta.

The beautiful seas and rich natural environment that surround Yokosuka is perfect for taking a relaxing stroll. As you relax within this environment, also try a variety of activities that will leave you with wonderful memories.

The required time varies depending on the season, road conditions, weather, walking speed, etc.
From Misakiguchi Sta.
to Nagai Uminote Park “Soleil Hill”
2Nagai Uminote Park “Soleil Hill”

This park overlooks Sagami Bay, Mt. Fuji, and the Shonan coast. Here, you can enjoy the seasonal blooming flowers such as canola flowers and cosmos. You can also experience a wide variety of activities like opportunities to get in touch with nature or having fun at the petting zoo! Spend the day with the family at Soleil Hill!

4 Nagai
Board the bus for “Soleil-No-Oka” at Misakiguchi Station (KK72) and get off at the “Soleil-No-Oka” bus stop.
March to November, 9:00 ‒ 18:00
December to February, 9:30 ‒ 17:00
(Note: Subject to change depending on season.)
NEXT From Nagai Uminote Park “Soleil Hill”
to Yokosuka Museum of Art
3Yokosuka Museum of Art

Situated in the scenic area of Kannonzaki, this museum is renowned for its beauty. It features six special exhibits throughout the year, hosts a permanent collection of works by Rokuro Taniuchi that invoke a sense of nostalgia, and displays works of Japanese modern art. You will also find additional facilities such as an Italian restaurant as well.

4-1 Kamoi
Board the bus for “Kannonzaki” at Maborikaigan Station (KK63) or Yokosuka Station (JO03), and get off at the “Kannonzaki Keikyu Hotel-Yokosuka Museum” bus stop. Walk 2 minutes to the destination.
10:00 ‒ 18:00
First Monday of the month (unless a public holiday), December 29 to January 3. Other closures may occur.
NEXT From Yokosuka Museum of Art
to Sarushima -Monkey Island-
4Sarushima (Monkey Island)

Visit the only naturally formed island in Tokyo Bay! Located only 10 minutes away by ferry, this island is a popular location throughout the year for outdoor activities such as fishing, barbeque, and more. There’s plenty of historic sites like brickwork tunnels and gun battery ruins to explore on the island as well!

1 Sarushima (Sarushima) 27 Ogawa-cho (Mikasa Pier)
Walk 15 minutes from Yokosuka-chūō Station (KK59) to Mikasa Pier.
(Note: Ferry ride from Mikasa Pier takes 10 minutes.)
Operating Hours
Departing every half hour between 8:30 to 16:30 from March to November, and 9:30 to 15:30 from December to February.
(Note: Ferry services may be suspended due to weather or ocean conditions.)
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