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  1. Jul 25,  · Yokohama Tire Corporation is the North American manufacturing and marketing arm of Tokyo, Japan-based The Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd., a global manufacturing and sales company of premium tires since Servicing a network of more than 4, points of sale in the U.S., Yokohama Tire Corporation is a leader in technology and innovation.
  2. Yokohama Rubber Co., Ltd. was founded in , established a United States headquarters as the Yokohama Tire Corporation in , and is now headquartered in Santa Ana, California. In addition to the tires for cars, crossovers, sport utility vehicles and light trucks available through Tire Rack, Yokohama also produces tires for commercial truck.
  3. Yokohama is easily accessible from Tokyo, but there’s enough to see and do here that it’s worth more than a day trip. Visit Minato Marai 21, a popular, modern neighborhood with great shopping and tons of restaurant options.
  4. Yokohama: social initiative to donate tires to motoring heroes on their way to the front line. Each week, the brand will recognize a front-line hero not only with a new set of tires, but will also highlight his or her individual commitment through digital content.
  5. Yokohama Tires Mavis Tires & Brakes offers a wide selection of Yokohama tires, both cars and trucks. Whether your search is for a specific tire model or a replacement for your vehicles (OE), original equipment, our buyers know the importance of keeping them in stock and at a discounted price.
  6. Find the perfect tire for you. Yokohama Tire offers the ultimate in performance from all-terrain off-road tires, to high-performance track tires, to maximum reliability with our all-season tires. Find automotive tires and tire dealers near you.
  7. Yokohama (横浜) is Japan's second largest city with a population of over three million. Yokohama is located less than half an hour south of Tokyo by train, and is the capital of Kanagawa Prefecture.. Towards the end of the Edo Period (), during which Japan maintained a policy of self-isolation, Yokohama's port was one of the first to be opened to foreign trade in

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