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  • How much does it cost to store luggage near Yokohama Station?

    The price for luggage storage near Yokohama Station starts from just ¥450/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage near Yokohama Station?

    There are multiple locations in the Yokohama Station area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Shinjuku Station (新宿駅), Tokyo Station (東京駅), and JR Shinjuku Station (JR 新宿駅) and all over Yokohama.

  • Is it safe to store your bags near Yokohama Station?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Yokohama Station.

  • Are there storage lockers near Yokohama Station?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Yokohama Station area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Yokohama Station and in the broader Yokohama area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping guarantee.

  • What public transportation exists near Yokohama Station?

    Popular metro stations like Blue Line Yokohama Station (B20) (ブルーライン 横浜駅), Center Minami Station (センター南駅), or Subway Shin-yokohama Station (B25) (地下鉄 新横浜駅) can be used for nearby transit. When traveling within Yokohama near Yokohama Station, you may be close to some bus stations: Yokohama City Air Terminal (YCAT) (横浜シティ・エア・ターミナル (YCAT)), Yokohama Sta. West Exit Bus Terminal 1 (横浜駅西口第1バスターミナル), or 鶴見駅西口バスターミナル. If traveling by train, Keikyu Yokohama Station (KK37) (京急 横浜駅), JR Yokohama Station (JR 横浜駅), and JR Shin-Yokohama Station (JR 新横浜駅) are nearest to Yokohama Station.

  • Where are the best hotel accommodations near Yokohama Station?

    The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Yokohama Station are スカイスパYOKOHAMA, Yokohama Bay Sheraton Hotel & Towers (横浜ベイシェラトンホテル&タワーズ), and Yokohama Royal Park Hotel (横浜ロイヤルパークホテル). When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Yokohama Station are HARE-TABI SAUNA&INN YOKOHAMA, CHILLULU COFFEE AND HOSTEL, and bnb+ Yokohama Motomachi.

  • Where are the best restaurants near Yokohama Station?

    The most popular restaurants to visit when near Yokohama Station are Daikoku PA (大黒PA), Yokohama Porta (横浜ポルタ), and Bay Quarter Yokohama (横浜ベイクォーター).

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions near Yokohama Station?

    Check out the nearby Yokohama Park (横浜公園), Yamashita Park (山下公園), and Zou-no-hana Park (象の鼻パーク).


About Yokohama Station 

Despite being viewed as a “suburb” by most international onlookers unfamiliar with the country, Yokohama is actually Japan's second-largest city and a worthy travel destination in its own right. Situated just south of the capital along Tokyo Bay and fully integrated into the metro area’s transportation network, Yokohama makes for a wonderful day trip destination from Tokyo or even for a few days of sightseeing. 

Yokohama may boast a modern skyline and strong corporate vibe, but there’s plenty to do and see. There’s the tranquil Sankeien Gardens, where the Japanese landscaping tradition has been essentially perfected. Exploring the highly eclectic architecture offers an interesting angle, with everything from traditional houses and even western-influenced areas like Yamate and Motomachi. 

Yokohama, unsurprisingly, is a foodie’s dream. The Ramen Museum offers a comprehensive experience for learning about and sampling every style of this steamy Japanese comfort food. The Kirin Brewery, one of Japan’s largest also offers a tour and tasting experience. You can also visit the largest Chinatown in Japan, which has features similar to the Chinatowns throughout North America, but with some truly unique twists. There will be dumplings…

From a public transportation standpoint, Yokohama is one of the best-connected cities on the planet. There are dozens of train lines running through the central transportation hub, the aptly named Yokohama Station. It is one of the busiest stations in the world, offering access to various train lines, including the JR Tokaido Main Line, Yokosuka Line, Yokohama Line, Shōnan-Shinjuku Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line, and the Keikyū Main Line. 

This multi-level complex includes ample amenities for travelers, with elevated shopping experiences and restaurants that have no business being as good as they are. Most importantly, it offers a seamless travel experience, with direct connections to Tokyo and the airport, and access to the heart of Yokohama and many of its attractions. 

Can you store luggage at Yokohama Station?

The Yokohama Station luggage storage facilities consist of luggage lockers that can be rented by the day. This is highly useful for business travelers heading to Yokohama from the capital city. These station lockers are relatively small, so they might not be useful for travelers with larger items. 

Is Shin Yokohama Station the same as Yokohama Station?

It’s important to note that these are two entirely different train stations. The main difference is that the Shinkansen bullet trains stop at Shin-Yokohama Station instead of Yokohama Station. Shin-Yokohama Station is located in the Shin-Yokohama district (hence the name) and its Tokaido Shinkansen line makes connections with Tokyo, Yokohama, Nagoya, Kyoto, and Osaka. Yokohama Station is located in the heart of Yokohama City (near Chinatown) and serves the Tokaido Main Line, Yokosuka Line, and Keihin-Tohoku Line along with most of the commuter trains. 

Where can you store your luggage in Yokohama? 

Transit facilities might have coin lockers and baggage storage facilities, and your friendly hotel bellhop is always happy to look after the bags for a few hours in exchange for a tip, but the best option is a luggage storage service like Bounce. With locations throughout Yokohama, you can find a convenient luggage storage spot with our website or mobile app (you can even book on the go). 

Things to do near Yokohama Station

Walk through Yokohama’s Sankeien Gardens 

Easily Yokohama's most popular tourist destination, the wonderfully manicured and tranquil Sankeien Gardens are a destination for Tokyo locals, along with tourists from around the globe. It was built centuries ago for Yokohama’s wealthiest silk trader but has since been opened to the public in the early 20th century to become a major attraction. The meandering paths are lined with ponds, tra houses, and a massive three-story pagoda that dates back over 500 years. 

Explore Yokohama’s Chinatown 

International tourists will be shocked to find that Yokohama has a vibrant Chinatown district situated right in the city center. For such a singular place, it’s even more surprising to find that Yokohama Chinatown is one of its biggest draws. The neighborhood is lined with dumpling and noodle shops along with plenty of import stores and local shops selling pottery, gifts, and ceramics.

There will be open-air exhibits telling the story of how this Japanese port opened to Chinese traders who settled in Yokohama and founded the neighborhood. The Kanteibyo Temple, with its vibrant colors and eye-catching facade, is the centerpiece of Chinatown and VERY Instagrammable. While the Chinatown in Yokohama will feel similar to those who have visited the San Francisco or Chicago counterparts, there is a uniquely Japanese element to it. 

Hit up the Kirin Brewery 

Brewery tours aren’t just for Portland! Japan loves its beer, and one of the country’s leading brands is headquartered in Yokohama. Kirin Beer was founded in 1885 and quickly became the pride of Yokohama as it became one of the largest breweries in Japan. You can visit the Kirin Factory on Tokyo Bay and take a tour of the production facility to learn about how beer (and specifically Japanese beer) is made. Even seasoned beer nerds will love the fascinating Japanese take on brewing, as some of the ingredients (like rice) and methods (the Japanese are nothing if not efficient) will differ from American companies. The 90-minute tour concludes with a beer tasting. 

The Ramen Museum 

Of all the Japanese exports, ramen might be the most ubiquitous and misunderstood. For some Westerners, Japan’s favorite comfort food has been relegated to cups of cheap instant noodles. But America has fallen in love with ramen in a serious way, which explains why Yokohama’s Ramen Museum has become a foodie destination. With multiple floors of exhibits detailing the invention and the unlikely rise of ramen’s popularity, you can learn everything there is to know about this salty soup. There are also replica streets of Tokyo’s old town (Shitamachi) where ramen was invented in the 50s. Of course, the street is lined with various ramen shops that sell the amazing and eclectic regional variations of ramen. Because that’s frankly way too much sodium, you can order mini bowls of each kind for a proper sampling. 

Airport travel from Yokohama Station

Flying into Tokyo's Haneda Airport is the most common way for international tourists to reach Japan, and that also applies to those en route to Yokohama. While there is a Yokohama Airport, it's seldom used by international travelers. Once you’ve touched down in Tokyo, you can head directly to Yokohama via the Tokyo Monorail. You’ll go from the airport station to Hamamatsucho Station, then transfer to the JR Tokaido Line to Yokohama Station. The journey will take about 30-45 minutes and cost less than $10.

If you want to travel in comfort, you can take the Limousine Airport Bus which heads to multiple points in Yokohama (including the train station). This takes about an hour, so it really doesn’t save you that much time. It’ll cost you about $30, so it might be comfortable but not necessarily worth it. A taxi (which can easily be hailed from Haneda Airport’s arrival areas) will cost about $60-$80 and you take about 40 minutes. 

Getting around the city from Yokohama Station

How to get from Tokyo Station to Yokohama Station 

Yokohama Station is incredibly accessible from Tokyo Station, and it’s ultra-affordable. For less than $4, you can take the JR Tokaido Line directly to Yokohama Station, with the trip only taking 25 minutes. If you’re heading from Shinagawa Station, you’ll be able to reach Yokohama in about 20 minutes on the same train line. This is easily the quickest and easiest way to get to Yokohama, which will explain the busy but comfortable train filled with commuters and travelers.

How to get to Sankeien Gardens from Yokohama Station 

While they certainly offer a tranquil experience, Sankeien Gardens are well-situated and easy to get to. From Yokohama Station’s east exit, you can take the #8 or #148 buses and reach the gardens in 30 minutes. The one-way ride costs less than $2 and you can buy a day pass to make using the Swift bus network throughout your trip. From the bus stop, it’s a quick five-minute walk through the leafy neighborhood to get to the gardens (it’s easy to find if you follow the signage). 

Luggage storage near Yokohama Station

You can experience Yokohama in a variety of ways. You can make it a day trip from Tokyo, or take a deep dive into this fascinating city by staying a few days. Your logistics will be made easy by the transit options at Yokohama Station, so you’ll want to take advantage by using every last minute to soak up the history and culture. Finding a secure place to store the bags will go a long way to making your trip more enjoyable. The best option for luggage storage Yokohama has is easily the Bounce network. So download the handy Bounce mobile app and find out more about how Bounce can help you enjoy Yokohama and make it your favorite Japanese travel experience! 

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