China men everywhere and china women everywhere. Ideal place if you have not experienced chinese markets before. Food, suvenirs, whatever chinese make etc etc
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As with other reviews, it is not overly large and some places are overpriced. However, try the bakery on the south side of the main street. Absolutely superb cakes.
It's the famous Chinatown street in Kobe. There are many shops and restaurant selling Chinese food. It doesn't worth the long queue as you can find many nice Chinese restaurants in kobe. The visit was not that enjoyable as we couldn't really walk as it...More
It didnt seem any different from the usual cookie cutter Chinatowns. Lotsa of food joints but we found the food too oily and there was also "mystery meat" that looked way too dark (old?)in one or two places. We opted to eat elsewhere. Food was...More
Don’t expect the Chinatown in Kobe to impress. It’s a single street that goes for about 2 blocks or so, and is tailored to the Japanese palate. We enjoyed the street food, but it cannot compare to Taiwan or Hong Kong, naturally. If you don’t...More
Small part of Kobe, but with really nice food. Lots of stalls outside, but also many small restaurants, busy and a good ambience. Culture wise nothing, but a very welcoming change from the Japanese cuisine.
Just one street but very colorful and with lots of options for snacks and eat. We walk also through the tiny streets that flows from the main where you also can find nice restaurants. Try some of the street food like the bao bread or...More