We lived just off Motomachi for many years the street gas everything from Starbucks to Louis Vuitton and is a great place to people watch.
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It has some big name brands but lacks the style of Gina in Tokyo but worth a stroll through. if you are interested in shopping.Up the hill to the rear is the Ameri-Yama Park and the foreign cemetary which is worth a visit.
Motomachi has some really nice shops to browse thru. It has many european high street retail outlets, and some high end jewellery shops. The Union Supermarket has food from acrosd the globe and japan.
A pedestrian street of quaint small shophouses. We walked into Motomachi after visiting the Porthill Gardens area. Notable for us was the Romankan Tonkatsu, where we had lunch and the higher-end rather chic supermarket. We also came upon a branch of Ikinari Steak at the...More
We walked about 15 minutes from our hotel in Chinatown (Rose Yokohama). 4 of us enjoyed some of the shops and a classy small deli/grocery. I picket up a boxed pair of beautiful crystal tumblers in one shop. The shopp[ing strip is only about 3...More
Lots of high end stores. Stores close rather early so plan this as a day trip. There wasn't much for me here.
There are some very nice shops at Motomachi. It's a good walk along the street and there are many chic shops around and speciality shops as well. In December there were lights along the street that gave it a really nice wintery feel to it.
We were attracted to the Motomachi shopping street in Yokohama by some promotional materials from the Japan Travel Bureau. The street is rather narrow and full of small boutique shops and some specialty stores, such as jewellery. Good for people looking for some special items...More