Japan Kanagawa Yokohama

Yokohama Chinatown

Vibrant district in Kanagawa known for its numerous Chinese shops, restaurants, and cultural festivities, the largest of its kind in Japan.

Tips from the community

Chinatown in Japan is the biggest in Asia (apart from China itself, of course). This little town within a city is a delightful microcosm of Chinese culture. Full of stalls selling trinkets, high-end restaurants with traditional Chinese cuisine from every province — from Beijing duck to spicy Sichuan meals — and real-deal Chinese and Taiwanese street food, this place is a treat to get lost in. We recommend purchasing a few bao from a street vendor, visiting the traditional Taoist temple, and spending time selecting the perfect restaurant for you and your taste buds.

WillHarris 2 years ago

Yokohama Chinatown is one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in the city, made up of gorgeous architecture, delicious eateries, and plenty to see. Adjacent to one of Tokyo's best art museums, and full of mystique from corner fortune tellers to historical pathways- Yokohama Chinatown is sure to make up an afternoon of fun and authentic dim sum.

madeleineray 2 years ago

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