Cool place. Lots of nice restaurants and stores.
Daiso Japan, if you have been to the one on Market St., this one is way better.
Japanese food heaven
In 1957 SF entered in a sister city relationship Osaka--hence the nickname "Little Osaka". Osaka is SF's oldest sister city. A block of Buchanan St, in Japantown, was renamed Osaka Way on Sept 8, 2007
It comprises about 6 square city blocks. San Francisco's Japantown is the largest and oldest such enclave in the United States. Only 3 even remain in the US (the others being in LA & San Jose)
Fun place and any ages! Come hungry. Lots of amazing restaurants and cafes!
The best to do is to rent a cycle and visit the area
Thursdate with Honee :)
The right place for having japanese lunch or dinner. Lot of parking available
Get the tokoyaki here ☝👍
Very nice neighborhood with a lot of interesting shops and restaurants.
Love the library !
Lots of great Japanese food and shops. Visit Japan Center. Lots of stationery shops and beautiful ceramics. Don't forget to wander about outside too. Great Japanese food!
go here and walk around - make sure you go to the japanese sticker booths shop. they have imported sticker booth machines.
Very small :(
Great place. If your a fan of anything japanese you gotta check it out.
Great deal on cute tees from Ex-Boyfriend at booth #3 -- buy more than one, and they're all 20% off!
Love the smells
lots of goodies
Lots of fun things to do in the the little Japan town get some Sophie's Crepes or have some all you can eat meat at Yakiniq ^^
Eat seafood at least twice - its good for your health, visit japantown at least twice a week - its a laundry for your mind
Celebrate the heart of San Francisco in our free animated 3D light spectacular under the dome at Westfield San Francisco Centre (865 Market Street) starting daily at 5pm until September 3 2012!
Nice place to be artsy
Visit at least once a day. Seriously
Park at Webster and Post, no meters with 2 hour parking
we love Japantown!
Small, quaint Japanese neighborhood in SF.
Real blossoming sakura trees
cheap covered parking here. go out for sushi and do a bit of karaoke
There is a West Mall and a East Mall, then the Kinokuniya Building. So make sure to cover every bit
Find KAPPA, the best omakase here. Hint, you got to take the stairs up and find a dark wooden door.
Park free on Geary.
Eat at Kiss Seafood for the best sushi in town. Make a reservation.
Cako!!! A must stop for yummminess:)
Arriving here via BART is annoyingly difficult; you can either take the 38 and put down another $2, or walk for 30 minutes.
Make sure you stop by the dollar stores. Many good finds there!
I go to japan video and buy all my hentai here.
Parking validation available under the mall!
Go to Mifune for homemade udon noodles. Kinokuniya for Anime/Nihongo books.
Head to Hotel Kabuki the last week of January for the Emerging Media Conference.
The best place to get everything Japanese! My fave: ramen & chix katsu curry. Get all the Japanese sweets! Nomnomnom. Enjoy your visit, eat a lot & feel happy. You're in SF after all!
check out Sophies Crepes, Festa for Karaoke, Seoul Garden for Korean BBQ!
Pretty obvious, but don't forget to stop at Kinokuniya Bookstore!
Park at the Japan Center Garage for only $2/hour
Save room for crepes at Sophie's Crepes! Delicious!