One of the largest china town’s in the world is in Yokohama. It is a very colorful place with narrow streets and many different dishes to choose from. There is a colorful temple in the middle of the town center. Angelo ate at this kid friendly noodle factory upstairs from a souvenir store. He was not quite sure as to what he was ordering. When he returned back to the table he had a small orange juice and a cup of dry crunchy noodes. They were tasty, but just not quite the meal that he was looking for.
We encountered this despicable looking mechanical panda in the front of a dim sum restaurant. This panda looked so dirty and dusty, as if it had been lifting up the steamer basket for 20 years.
Angelo and I also saw a restaurant where they served shark fin soup, which is a Chinese dish that is thought to have many heath benefits. Mmm, no thanks. We have been eating out of the box lately as we do not know half off what we are ordering. But we did not see any need to try this delicacy. I would much rather save money for a hot char siu bao or homemade noodles.
It was a beautiful day out, much warmer than when we first arrived in Japan. Yokohama Chinatown is a great place to walk around, buy souvenirs and nosh on good food.