Yokohama was initially opened for foreign traders in around 1868. At that time, foreign traders only could live in there. Edo government had been keeping the closure of the country but US forced Edo government to end the closure. That is why many facilities for foreigners were created around Yokoyama and many consular offices were also located in Yokohama. Nowadays, Nissan-Renault’s headquarter is located in Yokohama and final game of 2019 Rugby World Cup will be played there. Worth visiting.
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