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Yokohama Street Food Tour | Japan's Largest Chinatown!

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Yokohama Street Food Tour | Japan's Largest Chinatown!


15:50 minutes

In this video we take you on a Yokohama street food tour through Japan's largest Chinatown! Yokohama (横浜) is the second largest city in Japan by population and it's a quick train ride from Tokyo, making it the perfect destination for a day trip. This is a port city that sits on the shores of Tokyo Bay, and while it has lots to offer in terms of attractions and sightseeing, we were drawn here by the food. The cool thing about eating in Yokohama Chinatown (横浜中華街) is that you get a unique blend of Chinese food and Japanese food, plus you can also choose between street food and restaurants. To get to Yokohama we took the Toyoko Line from Shibuya Station (渋谷駅). If you get on the express train you should get to Yokohama in 30 minutes, but we accidentally got on the slow train so it ended up taking over an hour - don't make our mistake! Here's a list of the foods we tried on our visit to Yokohama Chinatown (横浜中華街): - Steamed Buns (sweet beef with egg and onions) - ¥500 - Shiu Mai (shrimp and pork dumplings) - ¥380 - Sesame Balls (filled with sesame paste) - ¥310 - Egg Tarts - ¥180 - Spicy Ramen Soup - ¥800 - Mapo Tofu with Rice - ¥1200 - Steamed Panda Buns (matcha flavoured) - ¥320 - Bubble Tea - ¥350 Our one piece of advice for visiting this place is to come hungry! If you want to make the most of your very own Yokohama street food tour, you'll need a big appetite because there is so much food to try. We barely scratched the surface. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * GEAR WE USE Panasonic GH5: