Amiko Boutique

★★★★☆
  • 1737 Post St

    San Francisco, CA 94115

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  • 415-931-9688

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It's not quite as good as the real Japan, but it's great if you just want a little taste of the culture. There are restaurants all over the center, and little shops that are always inexpensive and great to look around in. I personally love the crepe house upstairs, but I'm a rather picky eater. Festivals are going on a lot of the time, and Japan Town has flyers and info on all the happenings.

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It's not quite as good as the real Japan, but it's great if you just want a little taste of the culture. There are restaurants all over the center, and little shops that are always inexpensive and great to look around in. I personally love the crepe house upstairs, but I'm a rather picky eater. Festivals are going on a lot of the time, and Japan Town has flyers and info on all the happenings.

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I love to come here on Cherry Blossom Festivals. Everything is decorated so beautifully. There's plenty of shops here to browse at if your looking for Japanese decor or groceries. There's a little bowling alley and plenty of bars that open into clubs on the weekends.

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I love to come here on Cherry Blossom Festivals. Everything is decorated so beautifully. There's plenty of shops here to browse at if your looking for Japanese decor or groceries. There's a little bowling alley and plenty of bars that open into clubs on the weekends.

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Ive visited the Japan Center in San Francisco a few times. Its more commonly know as Japantown though. Its not as big as Chinatown and not as busy either. They do have a lot of Japanese restarants and stores available. I went to their Cherry Blossom Festival that they hold every year during the last weekend of April. They have a 2 day festival with booths, shows, and many activities. Its a lot of fun.

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★★★★☆

Ive visited the Japan Center in San Francisco a few times. Its more commonly know as Japantown though. Its not as big as Chinatown and not as busy either. They do have a lot of Japanese restarants and stores available. I went to their Cherry Blossom Festival that they hold every year during the last weekend of April. They have a 2 day festival with booths, shows, and many activities. Its a lot of fun.

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A great place to visit and check out Japanese novelty items. I've gone here several of times to show some out of state visitors around San Francisco. Everyone I take there manages to buy something from one of the many stores in the mall.

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★★★★☆

A great place to visit and check out Japanese novelty items. I've gone here several of times to show some out of state visitors around San Francisco. Everyone I take there manages to buy something from one of the many stores in the mall.

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The Japan Center is great to go shopping if you are looking for Japanese merchandise or Japanese food. They have a lot of stores available that sell clothing, origami paper, books, and much more. There are several Japanese restaurants and sushi bars here too. Its a great way to immerse yourself in the Japanese culture without stepping into an airplane.

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The Japan Center is great to go shopping if you are looking for Japanese merchandise or Japanese food. They have a lot of stores available that sell clothing, origami paper, books, and much more. There are several Japanese restaurants and sushi bars here too. Its a great way to immerse yourself in the Japanese culture without stepping into an airplane.

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This is the closest a San Franciscan will get to stepping foot in Tokyo. Unique displays are set up in the store windows and it is fun to look around. The products and food here are quite expensive, but that is not surprising because it is the only specialty japanese shopping center for miles and miles or in the city, for that matter

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★★★★★

This is the closest a San Franciscan will get to stepping foot in Tokyo. Unique displays are set up in the store windows and it is fun to look around. The products and food here are quite expensive, but that is not surprising because it is the only specialty japanese shopping center for miles and miles or in the city, for that matter

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