See & Do
No.2 SEA FORT (“No.2 Kaiho”) is one of the three man-made fort islands in Tokyo Bay that were built from the Meiji period (1868-1912) to the Taisho period (1912-1926).
MIKASA TERMINAL/SARUSHIMA VISITOR CENTER has a ticket sales booth (“ticket terminal”), a waiting area, and a tourist information center.
Umibe Fishing Park is a spacious park extending about 500 m with a view of Sarushima Island and the Bōsō Peninsula, making it a popular destination for fishing enthusiasts.
Umikaze Park has a spacious lawn area by the sea, with a view of Sarushima Island right ahead.Enjoy a barbecue with friends and family here while taking in the sea of Yokosuka.
The Yokosuka Navy Curry Honpo has an image of the inside of the battleship Mikasa, and you can enjoy curry while listening to the background music that was playing inside the battleship in the Meiji era.
Wakamatsu Market started after the war as a place where people could exchange vital supplies.Today, it is a restaurant area, with an atmosphere reminiscent of the Showa era (1926–1989).
There are souvenir shops and restaurants selling military goods and Sukajan (souvenir jackets), and a one-shot bar where you can easily stop by.
"This is a park with a good panoramic view of central Yokosuka.
There is a museum in the park, where you can learn about the nature and history of the Miura Peninsula."
It is the world’s oldest steel battleship in existence, and has been certified as a constituent cultural asset of Japan Heritage.
In the park, you can see not only about 1,400 roses, French flowerbeds, and fountains, but also submarines and navy ships at close range, and these combinations are photogenic and popular.
"The Monkey island Sarujima is the only natural island in Tokyo Bay.Because there are brick tunnels and the remains of a gun batteries, you can enjoy exploring the island."
We will go on a tour of two naval ports, the Port of Yokosuka and Nagaura Port, home to a US Navy base and a Maritime Self-Defense Force base.