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Yokohama Chinatown has more than 600 shops in only a 2500 square meter area. Passing through the entrance gate from any direction, you are in the middle of a passionate hot
Enjoy gyoza dumplings and other delicious Chinese foods for low prices at Gyoza no Ohsho in Ikebukuro.
Offering award-winning, healthy food, this restaurant has a lot to offer, including a lunchtime buffet. It's well worth the slight detour from the beaten path.
Harajuku Gyoza Lou is the pick for best place to eat on a budget if you’ve always wanted to walk into a restaurant and order everything on the menu.
Kazan is a chain restaurant. The name, Kazan, means volcano. At Kazan, your ramen cooks right in front of you in a heated stone bowl. You are given a paper placemat to hold up in front of you for protection while the server, with a flourish, pours the ramen into the bowl. “Swoosh!” a cloud of steam comes up. The ramen bubbles and steams for a minute or two, and then it's ready to spoon into a smaller bowl. Call it experiential dining.
Heichin-ro (聘珍楼) is one of the biggest and highest-grade Chinese restaurants in Yokohama Chinatown. It is situated in the middle of the main thoroughfare, Chuka-Ohdori.