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If you have been to China Towns in New York or elswhere forget about this one!
– First of all it is very small - just a fews streets. Second it looks more like a China Town Theme Park, nothing authentic! Just a lot of...More
Having visited many Chinatowns around the world, this one is less impressive than most of the others. When compared to the one in Yokohama the Kobe Chinatown is really tiny and basically consists of one long street with a square in the middle.
If you happen to be in Kobe, it's a good stopover just to get some interesting eats. Don't expect much cause it's a really small area, so don't purposely make a trip there unless you already are in Kobe and are looking for something decent...More
I visit China town in Kobe every time I am in Kobe. It is a busy and exciting place, a kind of mini-China. A lot of food stands are selling snacks for eating while walking around. It is maybe not the most delicious food, but...More
A small area with Chines souvenirs och food.
Decorated with Chinese lamps, went there during daylight , returned in evening but that was a disapointment, the decorating lamps where not lightning the place up.
I was in Kobe on the evening of mid-November. I wanted to have dinner at Kobe's Chinatown, so I went there. I thought it was bigger but it's quite small. I saw pictures of it full of people, but when I was there, I saw...More
Compared to the one in Yokohama, this is a small Chinatown: looked like few streets. When you alight at the JR Motomachi station and walk towards Meriken park you will cross China Town with lots of eateries. You will find tourists hanging around. There are...More