[Spots] Zou-no-Hana Park, Yokohama Custom House, Kanagawa Prefectural Government Main Building, Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall, Yokohama Park, Yokohama Beach Church, Yamashita Park, Hikawa-maru, Hotel New Grand, Chinatown
[Visitors] An Australian Couple
[Attendant] 1 KSGG member
The weather was fine and perfect for sightseeing. As we met about 15 minutes earlier than the schedule, we began our tour ahead of it. Since we had some extra time before Yokohama Port Opening Memorial Hall opens at 9:30a.m., we decided to take a look at the National Urban Greenery Fair Yokohama, which was a flower and greenery festival to raise awareness for the importance of greenery. The wife loved flowers. So they were both delighted with the fair much more than I expected. On our way to Hikawa-maru, I received a question about property value in Kanagawa Prefecture from the husband. So we dropped in a real estate agency where he was looking at the price and room arrangement of the advertised real properties with interest and curiosity. I took them and guided around Hikawa-maru. Because the husband had worked for the naval service and they had much interest in Japanese ships. What I had studied in advance was very useful and helpful. An additional sightseeing spot made the tour longer, which ended a little later than twelve noon. According to the wife, a KSGG guide tour with relaxation and two-way communication was more enjoyable than one-day tour with one-way talk arranged by the cruise ship. I was very relieved and happy to hear that.