3 Top Food Bites To Buy At Yokohama Chinatown!Chinese Town in Yokohama is located in the place where about 40 min away by train from Tokyo city. And if you're feet have become wary after a day of walking around, go up to the 3rd floor of Yokohama Harukan, a popular souvenir shop, to find the Garden Terrace Cafe where you can soak your feet in a foot bath for just 100 yen (plus the cost of at least one drink).
What you find in a Japanese Chinatown won't be the exact same as visiting a city like Shanghai, but it comes a lot closer than chain restaurants like the 中華街 宴会 Japanese-Chinese Bamiyan.” There are dozens of restaurants filling every street, and most of them offer similar dishes for about the same price.
Although Sichuan cooking is usually known for its spiciness, Shinkinko offers something for every palate, with over 100 dishes on the menu, including items for those with slightly more mild sensibilities, as well as food that pairs perfectly with beer.
Yokohama Chinatown ( Japanese : 横浜中華街, Yokohama Chūkagai; Simplified Chinese : 横滨中华街; Traditional Chinese : 橫濱中華街; Pinyin : Héngbīn Zhōnghuá Jiē; Cantonese Jyutping : Waang4 ban1 zung1 waa4 gaai1) is located in Yokohama , Japan , which is located just south of Tokyo Its history is about 160 years long.
With this Yokohama itinerary, we're sharing the best things to do on your Yokohama day trip including the must-see attractions that are great for all ages, how to get to there, how to get around the city, and some accommodations options for an overnight stay.
Today, Japan's Chinatowns are tourist spots and dining destinations, popular for their restaurants and "exotic" atmosphere, rather than residential areas of Chinese immigrants, although Yokohama's Chinatown, for example, is still home to several thousand residents of Chinese descent.
Now many Japanese visitors come here every day. You'll also read more about the history of ramen (which has some overlap from the Shin-Yokohama Raumen Museum) and how Nissin entered the space food industry. Yokohama Chinatown (‰Ў•l'†‰ШЉX, Yokohama Chūkagai) is Japan's largest Chinatown , located in central Yokohama A large number of Chinese stores and restaurants can be found in the narrow and colorful streets of Chinatown.
Cafe OMNIBUS is on first floor of triangular building—the YCC Yokohama Creative City Center—near the exit of Bashamichi Station. It feels like the twenty-one million visitors have all chosen to come here today, as both sides of the streets are packed full with people.
If you are visiting Chinatown in Yokohama, it is because of the food. So even for the Japanese, visiting Chinatown can be a way of escaping without ever leaving the city. Chinatown, located a few minutes walk from Motomachi-Chukagai Station, takes the cake here for variety.
When the First Sino-Japanese War erupted in 1894, many Chinese returned to their homeland. Its proximity to Tokyo and delicious food scene make it a great way to spend a day. The architecture found in each of these is incredible, and it's easy to see the vast difference between the Chinese and Japanese styles in every historical sight you come across.
Marine & Walk boasts a range of delicious restaurants and artisan cafes to enjoy, many with terrace seating to take in the gorgeous views. There are also many booths with take away food to be eaten in the street while walking without thinking too much, unlike the Japanese customs according to which eating while walking is a form of rudeness.
Back in my car, and off to the east—my next destination is a mountain-top bakery, a popular little shop near Yokosuka city visited by people from far and wide. For a healthy meal, try fresh sushi or a sashimi donburi bento (fresh slices of raw fish served over rice) or eat ramen at one of the many ramen shops.