Japantown

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Home to concerts, horticulture and martial arts presentations, tea ceremonies, and the Spring Cherry Blossom Festival.

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This is the only place I go when I need a good crepe. The lines will be long so just be there and wait. I like Japantown because it is clean and they are anime shops where I could see and look DVDs of anime. Benihana = you will see the preparation right infront of you.

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This is the only place I go when I need a good crepe. The lines will be long so just be there and wait. I like Japantown because it is clean and they are anime shops where I could see and look DVDs of anime. Benihana = you will see the preparation right infront of you.

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I moved down the street from Japantown and figured I'd start with walking around and seeing what I could discover. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but once inside there's a plethora or restaurants and shops. I used to go to the

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I moved down the street from Japantown and figured I'd start with walking around and seeing what I could discover. It doesn't look like much from the outside, but once inside there's a plethora or restaurants and shops. I used to go to the

Pros: lots of variety

Cons: little to no parking, almost everything closed Sundays

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When I first moved to SF and found this place, I was so happy! Amazing book stores, good variety in the restaurants. One problem though. I forgot what restaurant name it was. The food was quite good, but the service was the most

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When I first moved to SF and found this place, I was so happy! Amazing book stores, good variety in the restaurants. One problem though. I forgot what restaurant name it was. The food was quite good, but the service was the most

Pros: The variety of Japanese stores, it being indoors

Cons: bad service so it doesn't feel like Japan, many of the restaurants are similar

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This area began to grow after Japan opened its doors to the world in the late 19th century. Many Japanese ventured east--first to Hawaii, and then on to California where they worked as farmers, artists, and tradesmen. A…

 

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