This park is huge and right on the harbor. It contains plenty of walking paths, trees, grass, and flowers, along with a multitude of man-made lakes and pools (not for swimming). On a Wednesday afternoon, it was nearly deserted but that was a refreshing change to previous forays into busy Ueno Park and the Meiji Jingu Gardens in Harajuku. Bordering the park are an amusement park, plenty of upscale hotels, and shopping. Nearby is a metro station one stop away from Yokohama Station, so if you’re ever visiting, make this a part of your itinerary. And look out for the bluebonnets?they’re a Texas wildflower and a surprising find near the park.