The Best Restaurants In Yokohama ChinatownYokohama Chinatown is an area of Chinese shops and restaurants in Yokohama 's attractive old port area. Minato Mirai 21: Although wonderful in the day, this urban harborside area just outside Minato Mirai station really comes into its own at night with its dynamic view of skyscrapers and the symbols of Yokohama like the Landmark Tower, a 296-meter skyscraper filled with shops and dining, Queen's Square, the Nippon Maru Museum Ship, and the massive Ferris wheel Cosmo Clock 21 are all illuminated beautifully against the water.
The special taste of Japanese curry with the floury doughnut is a perfect combination and a great food to eat on the go. Most bakeries and convenience stores sell 中華街 食べ放題 these delightful snacks but you should grab one to try at the Pompadour bakery chain with many outlets conveniently located in shopping malls and train stations.
It was established as the city of Yokohama in 1889 through the amalgamation of Kanagawa and Yokohama and although many people imagine Osaka as the second largest city in Japan, Yokohama actually took over due to a huge increase in population after 1960.
Called tenshin, it's a style of dining where you can enjoy drinking tea while eating light dishes such as noodles, congee and 's of course fun to enjoy a restaurant meal, but you can also enjoy eating on the run in Chinatown with foods like the popular meat buns and dumplings.
Once you're on your way into Yokohama, and you want to head into Minatomirai, Yamashita Park and Chinatown, you need to change to Minatomirai Line at Yokohama Station, which will take you to Motomachi-Chukagai Station right next to Chinatown and Yamashita Park.
5-minute walk south of Chinatown, in the district of Kotobukicho, one of the poorest neighborhoods (a slum) of Yokohama with a rather peculiar story behind, there are some particularly cheap hostels, the Hostel Village , the Porto Hostel , the A Silk Tree hostel This area is not dangerous.
The names even sound similar, just like the Japanese ramen sounds similar to lo mein. From Tokyo Station, the fastest way to get to Chinatown is to take the JR Tokaido Main Line (bound for Odawara) until Yokohama Station. This Yokohama restaurant serves beloved staple items from Taiwanese food stands-from the House Special Crispy Duck,” deliciously seasoned with salt and black pepper, to Minced Pork Rice (Lu Rou Fan)”—come alive with authentic flavor.
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.
They're a street food staple of Taiwanese night markets, and are a hearty and filling option, with just enough peppery heat to warm you up on a chilly winter day in Tokyo. In many cases, the dishes have been tweaked to cater to the Japanese palate, but not so much as you'll often find elsewhere in Japan.
All the shops are popular in Japan or around the world. Throughout the year, Yokohama's Chinatown is the host of many major celebrations including their biggest festival during Chinese New Year. Japan's second largest city lies just a short 30 minute train ride south of Tokyo and makes for a great day trip from Tokyo.
You're most likely already in Tokyo to take this Yokohama day trip. I show you my Top 5 best Japanese street food in Chinatown Yokohama. At the time, it was a 53-minute ride by rail to Tokyo's Shimbashi station; today's JR train takes less than 30 minutes. As of January 1996, a registered population of twelve thousand seven hundred seventy-nine Chinese people (chuguokujin), live mostly nestled between Yokohama's famous Motomachi shopping strip, Yamashita Park, and Yokohama Stadium.
They say there are 500-600 food and drink establishments in Noge, including Japanese and Chinese joints, in addition to bars. Interest among Japanese people grew and led to an explosion in the number of visitors to Chinatown. But we recommend you to try one of the baked casserole-like rice dishes.