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Historically referred to as Japanese Town or “Nihonmachi” is a neighborhood located in the Western Addition district of San Francisco, California. Japantown settles to about 6 city blocks and is been considered to be one of the largest and oldest ethnic enclaves in the United States. The focal point of Japantown is the Japan Center that opened in 1968 and since then it became the site of three Japanese-oriented shopping centers. The San Francisco Peace Pagoda is also located at Japan Center, it is a five-tiered concrete stupa designed by a Japanese architect Yoshiro Taniguchi. EZ San Francisco Junk Removal

San Francisco’s Japantown is one of the only remaining of the three Japantowns in the US. It has been first settled during the early 1860s for the generations of Japanese immigrants and their descendants that have kept alive the arts and culture scene of Japan. You will find world-renowned artists, cultural cuisines, and performers, as well as Japanese items for sale.

Peace Pagoda

This historical monument was designed and inspired by a set of round pagodas in Jpan’s then capital city, Nara. This landmark was donated to Japantown as a gesture of generosity by the beautiful city of Osaka, and also San Francisco’s sister city, in 1968. Peace Pagoda is surrounded by the plaza where many celebrations and events happened.
Address: Peace Pagoda, 1704 Post St, San Francisco, CA.


A trip to Japanese culture is not complete without experiencing Japan’s mouth-watering cuisines. Benihana will give you one of the most entertaining dining experiences you will encounter in the whole city of San Francisco. The unique thing about the dining experience in Benihana is the fact that you can watch your food being prepared by a talented chef right in front of your table.
Address: Benihana, 1737 Post St, San Francisco, California

Pika Pika

 A vibrant picturesque shop located in San Francisco that brings a piece of Japanese pop culture. The process is here is to simply pick a themed booth, strike some poses and decorate your photos, and lastly PRINT! Even though the booths are in Japanese there are also English translations and friendly staff surrounding the place where you can ask for assistance to make your experience easy and unforgettable.
Address: 1581 Webster St, San Francisco, CA

Sundance Kabuki Theater

 The first multiplex theatre in San Francisco is the marvelous Sundance Kabuki Theater that not only houses new releases for everyone to enjoy but also offers several shows every day that are only available for viewers over the age of 21 because it serves adult beverages and food.
Address: 1881 Post St, San Francisco, CA

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