It is located in Chinatown and is noticeable. Loads of tourist visit just to take pictures as one cant resist to ignore.
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This one of a couple of picturesque temples in Chinatown. It will attract your camera. It is located a short, 5-minute, walk from our hotel (Rose Yokohama). There are many shops and almost countless places to eat in Chinatown.
This is a very crowded place, filled with locals and tourists. Great place to take pictures of the colorful temple.
The temple lies in Yokohama China town where a lot of Chinese flew in from the end of 19th century and began dwelling here. This temple was built by them for their worship for Tao which was normally unfamiliar to Japanese.So, this type of temple...More
I went there in November and there is very crowded...but I like this place because there is a place where you can know your fortune and it may be correct...very nice place and there are so many food stalls and small items selling shops but...More
We loved the site. It was recently redone and it is a beautiful location surround by plants and great restaurants. A family affair or a couples treat. Educational and worth the visit.
This is a newly renovated temple. So great for a photographer. Colors are bright and snap in the sun. This is also near many great eating places and historical Chinatown.
This is the symbol of successful migration of Chinese people in Japan. It is awesome architecture and with full of color make people wander if we are in Japan or China. It is very interesting to see how the same religion (Buddhism) has been understood...More
It is a Chinese temple, which is dedicated to Guan Yu, a general of the Han Dynasty. If you want to enter inside, a donation is required. Otherwise, it is free to take a picture from outside.