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Yokohama landmark tower - Photo: Minatomirai-21 (License-cc-by-sa-3-0)
Yokohama landmark tower - Photo: Minatomirai-21 (License-cc-by-sa-3-0)

Between commercial buildings and executive buildings, Yokohama is home to several historic buildings, parks, Buddhist temples, football and baseball stadiums, and several places for residents and tourists to stroll and shop.

In order to have an idea of ​​the importance of the city in the country, it hosted the final match of the 2002 World Cup, which took place between Brazil and Germany, with the Brazilian team becoming five-time champion, and in 2012 it was chosen to be one of the host cities. of the FIFA Club World Cup, with the decision taking place at the Yokohama International Stadium, between the English club Chelsea and the Brazilian Corinthians.

Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan and is full of attractions and leisure options for residents and visitors. Like Tokyo, it is a modern city, with a large presence of foreigners coming from all over the planet. Yokohama is one of the largest cities in Japan, located next to Tokyo, the country's capital.

The city has the titles of the largest independent province in the country, in addition to having the largest port, holding the post of great commercial concentration in the area.

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