Yokohama Port Opening Hall is a Neo-Renaissance style building constructed in 1918 as a memorial to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the port opening of Yokohama. It is designated as a National Important Cultural Property (building) in 1989. This building is located at the heart of Yokohama, a minutes’ walk from the subway station and 5 minutes’ walk from the Yokohama International Passenger Terminal for ferries and cruise ships. Nearby heritage sites include the biggest Chinatown in Japan, the Yokohama Archives of History, the Museum of Yokohama Urban
History, attractive shopping streets, and traditional amusement districts.
The main hall has a capacity of 481 persons and has 9 meeting rooms of various sizes.