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Yokohama Chinatown4.4

This is the largest Chinatown in Japan, packed with some 400 shops within several blocks (0.2 square km). At the four entrances is a colorfully decorated Chinese gate, which leads you to arrays of restaurants, groceries, knick-knack and souvenir shops. Kantei-byo in the town center is a Chinese temple dedicated to the god of prosperity and business. This is a great place to eat your way around. The famous teamed pork buns are voluminous, and sweet sesame dumplings and roasted chestnuts are...

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I have some proposals including visiting Yokohama Chinatown. As I mentioned in my profile, I will pick you up at the entrance of your hotel, then bring you to Yokohama by train. After this short trip, you will be able to buy train ticke...

I have some proposals including visiting Yokohama Chinatown.
As I mentioned in my profile, I will pick you up at the entrance of your hotel, then bring you to Yokohama by train. After this short trip, you will be able to buy train ticket and chose right train by yourself. This small but sometime difficult "skill" for visitors make you easy to go anywhere you want.

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Visited 2017

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Yokohama's Chinatown is Japan is Asia's largest Chinatown, there are about 500 stores, there are 10 arches set up according to the orientation of China. In the exotic feel of Chinese culture, is to have some fun. See Chinese re...

Yokohama's Chinatown is Japan is Asia's largest Chinatown, there are about 500 stores, there are 10 arches set up according to the orientation of China. In the exotic feel of Chinese culture, is to have some fun. See Chinese restaurant in the bustling crowd and satiated, satisfied look after them, was really proud!

横滨中华街是日本甚至是亚洲最大的唐人街,有大约500家店铺,还有根据中国的方位学设立的10个牌楼。在异域他乡去感受咱们中国的文化,是别有一番情趣。看到中国菜馆里熙熙攘攘的人群以及他们酒足饭饱后的满足的神色,真是感到自豪呀!

VisitedSep 2010

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