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Yokohama Streetcar Preservation Museum

Yokohama Streetcar Preservation Museum

For about 70 years from 1904 to 1972, the Yokohama City Tram was popularly known as the "Chin-Chin Densha" and played an active role as a means of transportation for citizens.
The Yokohama Streetcar Preservation Museum preserves and exhibits seven of the Yokohama Streetcars as they were at the time. In addition, there are historical exhibits where you can learn about the development of Yokohama and the history of transportation, a streetcar simulator where you can experience driving, an O gauge / N gauge railway diorama, and a valuable handmade O gauge railway model collection.A facility where children and adults can learn while playing. is.
Inside the museum, the 7 streetcars, stop signs, and paving stones have been preserved as they were at the time, and are reproduced so that you can feel the "time" and "air" of the days when the streetcars were running.
The history exhibition corner is based on the theme of "Yokohama's Development and Transportation," starting with the reclamation of Yoshida Shinden, which was the cornerstone of Yokohama's development, through the opening of the port of Yokohama, the Great Kanto Earthquake, post-war reconstruction, and the abolition of streetcars at their peak. It explains in an easy-to-understand manner the progress, the six major projects that form the basis of Yokohama's city planning, and the transition to the subway.

Detailed info

Business hours
  • 9:30-17:00 (Admission until 16:30) Closed: Every Monday (If Monday is a public holiday, the following day will be closed)
Access
神奈川県横浜市磯子区滝頭3-1-53

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