Great walk, but if you want to try some of the restaurants, come early, Long Qs expected. Come evening as well, 2x as good
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Not really special Chinatown. It is purely touristic and nothing authentic. Lots of restaurants of course, but they also are not really special, but just rather expensive, Still, nice to walk through, but that is it.
We visited on sunday. The place was too much crowded even to walk. All the restaurants were full and every restaurants' staffs were pulling to their shop...Foods aere not so impressive...
The décor of this Chinatown was not the worst. The street were not too dirty. The restaurants in there were quite modern too. It worth to have a look if you were around.
There are Chinatowns in all over the world. Japan is no exception. There are three Chinatowns in Japan. The Chinatown in KOBE city is called Nankin-machi. There are a lot of chinese food restaurants and we can have them inside and outside of the restaurants....More
Just like every China Town around the world, this area is very crowded, food is not as good as in China. But for non-Chinese, it might be an interesting place.
The port area was very interesting with its history and lots of modern shops. China Town for lots of lovely fresh cooked food.
Kobe's Chinatown is a compact area of a few blocks. Those few blocks are crazy busy. There are shops selling all kinds of cheap items, restaurants and street food to suit all tastes - as long as your taste is for Chinese. Noisy, colourful, crowded.