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All reviews kobe beef dumplings food stalls chinese new year motomachi station few blocks lots of restaurants ramen worth a visit china towns shops selling the main street long street yokohama japan tourists corners
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
It's pretty much one street with restaurants and stalls lined on both sides of the street selling the same fare (dumplings, Peking duck, pork buns etc).
Hardly anyone around even at dinner time on a Thursday when I visited.
This looked to be a popular market just off the main shopping area, and worth a walk through to look at all the different varieties of foods on offer. Obviously Kobe beef is very popular here, and surprised to see this steak selling at realistic...More
As with any other Chinatowns elsewhere, the Kobe Chinatown is characterized by narrow alleys, imposing Chinatown gates, vibrant businesses, exotic food selection and overcrowdedness. A good place for a reasonable eat and decent stroll through from the Motomachi Station to the harbourland and Meriken Park...More
This isn’t the best china town I have seen and while it’s very clean it is mostly low cost street food with some ordinary restaurants. It’s aimed at tourists and apart from the colourful photos and displays the one meal I had there was very...More
Its easy to get to and there are a lot of shops for options. For me however, I found the experience a waste of time. I was excited to try the Butaman, the dan dan from Yun Yun and dumplings from Ro Sho Ki as...More
Chinatown was cool -great for street food nibbles. (Make sure you have cash; Japan is a huge cash society and many places don't take cards.) If you have some time, stroll through this part of town and take it all in.