After the breakfast, the next stop would be an exterior area around a thousand meters walking-distance away. It is known to be a place for local people to do exercise.
The Oosanbashi Pier is a major landmark located next to the wharf. It allows international cruises to be parked, residents to enjoy the sunset, and running spaces to small animals. It was built in 1889 and became the oldest pier in Yokohama, the place used to be crowded of shipments for commercial activities.
The day-time scenery was wide and infinite, where the Ferris wheel at night was filled with flash. Both experiences were so charming and make people trying to stay for 2 full days or even more.