The well-established restaurants reminiscent of the Showa era (1926–1989), numerous hangouts for bar-hoppers, and friendly local vibe that you find in Yoshidamachi is one of the best-kept secrets in Japan. In fact, this small district in central Yokohama is not yet on the radar of most travelers.
Within a short 3-minute walk from Kannai Station, about 75 bars and restaurants delight visitors with delicious food, ranging from the best sashimi in Yokohama to scrumptious bowls of noodles for late-night ramen lovers, washed down with a wide variety of drinks from American craft beer and cocktails blended by a world-class bartender to exquisite green tea served in a traditional teahouse that has been welcoming guests since 1868.
Locals drop by after a hard day’s work to relax and unwind in the no-frills atmosphere. Here you can actually experience an integral part of their daily life, instead of some tourist-oriented scene. This is the real essence of what Yoshidamachi has to offer, and it fills the air after sunset.
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