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One of the biggest Chinatown in Japan. Housed over 300 shops. Honestly I have not been able to cover the whole area even though I have been there a few times. Still get lost in the maze of all the Chinese shops. I sometimes wonder...More
We had lunch at Chinatown the day we arrived and it was its usual high standard. The restaurants and tea rooms are all excellent and just comes down to what you prefer. It is still the best Chinatown I've been to.
Despite being in Japan which is a great place to explore, spending time in China Town in Yokohama is a must. For the food lovers this is the place to be as the fragrances of China and South East Asia envelop your senses. Dont hesitate...More
We arrived by Princess Cruise ship and took a cab to Chinatown. This is a pretty big area to walk and checkout. The area has around 250 Chinese owned businesses. Exploring the many street and alleyways is half the fun when visiting. If you are...More
We stayed at the hotel in Yokohama and visited this China Town. This one of the tourist attraction in Yokohama. We have spent there about two hours just walking the street, trying Chinese food and enjoying the crowd. Vet clean, colorful and comfortable place to...More
When I 1st went here many years ago. It had a quaint feeling with street vendors that worked under canopies that had clothes hanginv above them from the apartments above. It is now mondern streets with lots of shops and resturants.
The food is excellant...More
A friend took us here - so many streets of yummy Chinese snacks and comfort food, Chinese temple, and shops selling everything - we found the side streets had cheaper pork buns than in the main tourist streets.