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All reviews chinese food dumplings dim sum all you can eat china towns street food lots of restaurants chinese new year roasted chestnuts shops selling xiao long bao chinese temple pork walk around interesting place yamashita park train station
Walking around Chinatown was awesome, great dim sum and Chinese food. There were two beautiful temples with incredible architecture. Several streets had decor over the entrances. Many restaurants offer all you can eat options, but these are not buffet style you order off the menu...More
It takes about an hour from Tokyo to get to Chinatown and I just don’t think it’s really worth it. There isn’t much to do there and all the restaurants sell the same things - shanghai dumplings, roast duck, the same types of rice and...More
Crazy, packed, busy and FUN! We were in Chinatown on a holiday for Spring Solstice, and we were so fortunate to see a parade and all sorts of fun stuff! We bought trinkets, ate steamed pork buns and just enjoyed ourselves!!
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The area itself is picturesque but it is very touristy Basically it is restaurants, palm readers and knic knack shops over and over again. We enjoyed walking around for about 40 minutes but we have been in larger and more authentic china towns elsewhere in...More
I assume till late at night, we stayed for dinner and nearly everything was open at around 9pm. It didn't look like anything was going to close because they wanted the tourist traffic to stop in and shop