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The biggest Chinatown in the world. Also a short walk from the seaside with some interesting walking and shopping area.
Yokohama Chinatown (Yokohama Chukagai) is Japan's largest chinatown, located in central Yokohama.The main attraction of the Yokohama Chinatown, however, is the cuisine offered at its many restaurants.
[YOKOHAMA-chuukagai] Japan's largest Chinatown From Yamashita Park, take a water bus to Yokohama. All-you-can-eat shops increased
The biggest china town in Japan. There are different types of Chinese restaurant, tea shops, souvenir shops etc... Its one of the most famous tourist spots in Yokoahama as seeing Chinese couture in Japan.
It's the biggest China town in Japan. If you want to feel Chinese atmosphere in Japan,it would be good! It's one of Asian cultures but different from Japanese atmosphere you can feel.
Chinatown in Yokohama existed for many year. It established in 1859. In there, you can find many store selling Chinese style goods with little bit Japanese influence. Also, you can taste Japanese style adjusted Chinese food there. Please not miss it. Transfer to Minatomirai Line at Yokohama and get…
Biggest Chinatown outside China.. Lots of great Chinese food and affordable buffets. (A little bit different from other Chinatowns in the world)
Japan's largest Chinatown with many stores and restaurants all occupying the colourful and narrow streets of this famous area.
一気に中国に来た気持ちになれる、横浜中華街！ 食べ放題のお店がたくさんあります☆ China Town in Yokohama is very clean and nice. Lots of restaurants have all you can eat system there and really fun to walk around. especially alley.
Yokohama Chinatown (Yokohama Chukagai) is Japan's largest chinatown, located in central Yokohama.
“The fares are reasonable and schedule is pretty frequent. We chose the short ride to Red Brick Warehouse. Excellent to see the views of the bay, and the city, and no need to walk.”
“HappyLawson is connivence store. They have small eat in space next to store. They also sell local bear and snacks. It's nice to buy drink and walk around the park. It's not illegal to drink on street!”
“Brewery tours are free of charge and are conducted every hour between 10:30 and 15:30, except on Mondays(if Monday is a national holiday, tours are conducted and the following day is taken off instead”