My life, stories and shenanigans from Japan

Yokohama Chinatown

I went to the Yokohama Chinatown with my host mom today.  It was interesting.  It was like a little China.  Which is why I’m guessing they call it China Town. Yeah.




Temple roof thing




Print club (purikura)



We were able to buy Chinese food with our cell phones!


It was evening when we finished eating.


Building. Not sure why I took a picture


Inside the building


I needed to take a picture of them because they had little suits.


Streets at night


Temple at night


Should be burned with fire.


Comments on: "Yokohama Chinatown" (7)

  1. amydien said:

    omg such cute little pandas…..XD

  2. HA! It’s Mrs. Piggy!! XD JK JK. Probably not, but it sure reminds me of Mrs. Piggy.

    The pictures look cool though. :D Who knew there was such a thing as a China Town in Japan? News to me~

  3. This blog’s great!! Thanks :).

  4. I’m going to Yokohama for 2 weeks in July for a exchange!!! it looks lovely. i also applied to AFS 2010-2011. Anyways I can’t wait to hear more of your adventures.

  5. You take great pictures Colin. Can’t wait for more posts =)

  6. Great pictures – I especially like the Hamster Police! News flash from home – Anna and three of her friends are going to be featured in a national PBS show called SciGirls making a giant Mayday puppet. Sounds like you are having a great time.

  7. So Colin… what is on the phones that allow them to be scanned like credit cards? Are the charges sent to your cell bill or what? I’m very confused right now…

    But trip sounds awesome. Thanks for posts. ^^

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