Address：2-14-1 Shonko, Naka-ku, Yokohama City
Phone / Fax：045-211-8080（10:00～21:00）
Introduction, Recommendations and Barrier Free Functions
YOKOHAMA HAMMERHEAD, opened on Saturday 31st of October, 2019, takes its name from the historical remnants of Hammerhead Crane, which was made in the UK and restored in 1914. It is Japan’s first complex with a ferry terminal, commercial facilities, and a hotel. Surrounded with the sea in three ways, you can see the ocean wherever you may be in the complex.
The concept is ‘Yokohama Umi Eki’, or, ‘Yokohama Sea Station’. As a station by the sea to connect the city with the land, the sea and the sky, you can enjoy some rich port time whilst you indulge yourself in the Yokohama culture. There’s CIQ Hall for Customs, Immigration, and Quarantine, for large ferry passengers at the Terminal on the first floor.
As a commercial facility, 25 shops and restaurants were carefully chosen including some new genres and newly opened ones with the theme to ‘enjoy the port on the pier’, and both adults and kids can experience ‘looking’, ‘eating’, ‘making and learning’ and ‘taking it home’ and enjoy the food culture ‘Yokohama Umi Eki’ has to offer.
The car park on the first floor is available for 24 hours, while the bike park is available from 12:00 to 23:00.
The accessible toilets are on the first and second floors, equipped with ostomy compatible facilities. They come with a stall for you to place your luggage.
Barrier Free Information
Easily accessible to the place, building, shop with wheelchairs because there is no gap, below 2 cm if any, or because there is a ramp.
The entrance easy to go in through.
The entrance or exit is 80 cm or more in width.
Equipped with wheelchair oriented elevator. Comes with mirrors and buttons on the sides, spacious enough for wheelchair users: 140 cm in width, 135 cm in length or over, 80 cm or over of effective width at the entrance or exit.
Even better if it comes with braille or audio guide.
Equipped with western style toilets.
Equipped with wheelchair accessible toilets
Not fully accessible, but wheelchair accessible.
Meets conditions for wheelchair accessible toilets such as entering, moving from the wheelchair to the toilet, handrails, positions of switches, and certainly equipped with the means of emergency contact.
Equipped with the facilities compatible with ostomy.
Equipped with regular car park.
Hammerhead’s own toll car park available 24 hours.
Accepts guide dogs.