Yamashita Park consists of mostly open green areas and was constructed after the Great Kanto Earthquake of 1923. The public park covers 750 meters along the waterfront of Yokohama and is about 100 meters wide. Beside the promenade of the park is massive ocean liner called Hikawa Maru. It first began its service in 1930 where it continued to travel between Vancouver and Seattle until it was retired in1960. Now it remains as a museum with informative displays and interior style of the 1930s. Near the ocean liner is the Yokohama Marine Tower that is 106 meters tall and has 360-degree view from their observatory. Yamashita Park has a wide walk path that many enjoy using as a pleasant way of travel. At the southern end you can take a path to the Rinkosen promenade, which connects to the Osanbashi Pier. From the pier you will be able to reach Minato Mirai 21.