Head for Motomachi Park where a number of Western buildings were moved and preserved. You can tour three of the buildings that were built at the beginning of the 20th century including the Ehrismann Residence, the former home of Fritz Ehrismann who was a Yokohama leader in the raw silk trading industry and Berrick Hall which was the residence of B.R. Berrick, an English trader. Walk along the side of the Yokohama Foreign General Cemetery to reach Harbor View Park.
Enjoy a relaxing stroll in a park on a small hill where you can get a panoramic view of Yokohama Bay. Bluff No. 111, a Western-style building in the park which was built in the early 20th century has a basement which has been turned into a café so it is a good place to rest.
For the final stage of the walk, head to Yamashita Park to enjoy the scenery of the waterfront area as dusk turns to night. Board the Sea Bass from the pier to head to the East Exit of JR Yokohama Station (the trip will take about 15 minutes). The area around the station has a huge shopping center including a department store. Also, by the West Exit, there are many ramen shops that are recommended including Yoshimura-ya, the birthplace of Iekei ramen, a Yokohama specialty.