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6 Recommended Restaurants in Yokohama Area!

Yokohama

Yokohama is the second largest city in Japan, and is also a popular tourism area in Kanagawa prefecture, where they have Cup Noodle Museum, China Town, Red Brick Warehouse, Yamashita Park, and more. The following are a list of restaurants that you can try while you're in Yokohama!

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Yokohama, the second largest city in Japan

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One of the lively cities in Osaka, people generally go here for many purposes. Yokohama has everything, a nice park, a themed park, shopping malls, a large China Town, aquarium, Cup Noodle Museum, etc. At Red Brick Warehouse, they often hold events, so it is worth checking out too!

Dumbo Pizza Factory

If you are craving pizza, this is where you should go! Along with numbers of domestic and international craft beers, they have so many options that you will never grow sick of their pizzas (They have dessert pizza too!).
About a 30 second sprint from Yokohama station. Their pizzas cost around ¥1,000~2,000.

Takanashi Milk Restaurant

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For those of you who are not Japanese, you might not know, but Takanashi is a high-quality dairy producer in Japan. Most respectable coffee shops in Japan offer Takanashi milk to complement their coffee.

As Takanashi specializes in dairy products, they naturally make amazing cheese. If you are a self-proclaimed cheese-lover, you definitely have to stop by this restaurant for lunch or dinner to try their dishes where cheese has the main role.

There are 6 delicious lunch plates to choose from, which also includes access to the fresh cheese and cream bar. You can try all of the specialty cheese with some olive oil or confiture and their delicious bread. The lunch plates include pasta, salad, meat, etc.
Lunch plates are 1,400-1500 yen on weekdays; and 1,600-1,700 yen on weekends and holidays.
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BISTRO RUBAN

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Just a 3 minute walk from Yokohama station, located on the 4th floor of Yokohama Bay Quarter, this is an Italian restaurant with terrace seating. Perfect for a beautiful day, their lunch menu is very reasonable too (Around ¥1,500). They also offer wine for lunch too! If you are around Yokohama Bay Quarter area, you should definitely stop by.
https://famiel.wixsite.com/bistro-ruban

Chano-ma (茶の間)

You will be amazed by this cafe's theme, because the owner of this cafe knows what people LOVE. Chano-ma is a really popular cafe/restaurant that is available nationwide where you get to eat lunch on a bed. They have mattresses and pillows. I'm sure a lot of you have dreamed of living in a bed, and this place is here to make your dream to come true.

It is probably the most comfiest place to have lunch or dinner. The food they offer is mainly Japanese cuisines for around ¥1,000. About a 15 minute walk from Sakuragicho station.

GRIP ORGANIC

If you are looking for an organic restaurant, this place is where you go. Just around a 15 minute walk from Sakuragicho station, they serve healthy meals that is friendly to our body. Enjoy their special dishes that use seasonal vegetables.

People generally spend ¥1,000~2,000 for lunch, and ¥4,000~5,000 for dinner.

Saikoushinkan (菜香新館)

Located in China Town, this place offers a variety of dim sums! You can enjoy authentic Hong-Kong taste for a cheap price (around ¥2,000~5,000). They also have different kinds of rooms for different occasions.
Around a 3 minute walk from Motomachi Chukagai station.

Lastly...

Yokohama is a huge city, and regardless of where you are visiting, there are always numerous options to choose where to eat for lunch or dinner. The second most populated city is always lively and dynamic with people, restaurants and sight seeing places.

If you are looking for more places in China Town, check the link below!

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