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    Tune Restaurant - Red Brick Warehouse

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Jul 26, 2013
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    Tune Cafe, Bar and Lounge is a great restaurant located on the third floor of Yokohama's Red Brick Warehouse. Their specialties are pizza and sausages, served along with good local beers and fine wines. A very clean and comfortable restaurant with good food.

    We stopped here for a late lunch, an we ordered a salsicia pizza and a few drinks. The pizza had Italian sausage, peppers, onions and broccoli, and it came with a side of steamed vegetables. The thin crust pizza was very tasty, though light on the toppings. The steamed vegetables were excellent.

    For my beer I had a Gargery 23 Wheat, brewed at a local Japanese brewery. The Gargery Brewery is located in Koganei, Japan, and it brews about five beer styles including stout, wheat, and ale. They also brew a unique pilsner called Estella, and a second stout called Black. The brewery opened in 2002.

    Our meal cost a total of 2500 Yen: 1500 Yen for the pizza and 1000 Yen for the beer. Laura's guava lemonade was free!

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    Sario Restaurant - Chinatown

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Jul 26, 2013
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    Sario is located on Chinatown's main shopping area, and it has a great little restaurant that offers a variety of dim sum dumplings. We stopped in here for a quick breakfast on our second day in Yokohama, and we grabbed a few steamed dumplings. Giant steamed dumplings are 430 Yen each.

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    Yokohama Alt Beer

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 20, 2013
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    Yokohama Brewery is the oldest microbrewery in Japan's first town to brew beer. Yokohama became the first Japanese city to brew beer in 1865, shortly after the city opened to Westerners, but the Yokohama Brewery didn't open until 1995. They brew variety of beers including lager, pilsner, alt, weizen, IPA, and pale ale. The brewery is located in central Yokohama, and they have both a taproom on the first floor, and a full restaurant above the brewery.

    My second Yokohama beer was their German-style alt beer. The beer poured a clear, dark copper color, with moderate head. The taste has a bit of sweet caramel undertones, but is rather mild. The alt is better than Yokohama's weizen, but still nothing spectacular.

    3 out of 5 stars.

    Website: http://www.yokohamabeer.com/
    Address: Naka-ku, Sumiyoshi-cho 6-68-1
    Telephone: 045-641-9901

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    Kamakura Flower - Brown Ale

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 20, 2013
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    Kamakura Brewery was established in 1998, and it features a female brewer. Their three most common beers are Kamakura Moon (German-style altbier), Kamakura Star (pale ale), and Kamakura Flower (brown ale), but they brew a few others like Enoshima Beer and Yokosuka Beer. Kamakura Beer is typically available only in the immediate Kamakura area, but their beers named after neighboring cities are available in those locales.

    Kamakura Flower is a brown ale that is probably the finest offering from the Kamakura Brewery. This beer pours dark brown with rapidly dissipating head. The taste is bold with some hints of roasted chocolate.

    4 out of 5 stars.

    Address:* 3-1-4 Omachi, Kanagawa-ken Kamakura-shi, 248-007
    Phone:* 0467-23-5533
    Website:* http://www.kamakura-beer.co.jp/

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    Kamakura Star - Pale Ale Beer

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 20, 2013
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    Kamakura Brewery was established in 1998, and it features a female brewer. Their three most common beers are Kamakura Moon (German-style altbier), Kamakura Star (pale ale), and Kamakura Flower (brown ale), but they brew a few others like Enoshima Beer and Yokosuka Beer. Kamakura Beer is typically available only in the immediate Kamakura area, but their beers named after neighboring cities are available in those locales.

    Kamakura Star is a traditional pale ale with a nice deep golden color, but it is light tasting and nothing truly spectacular.

    3.5 out of 5 stars.

    Address:* 3-1-4 Omachi, Kanagawa-ken Kamakura-shi, 248-007
    Phone:* 0467-23-5533
    Website:* http://www.kamakura-beer.co.jp/

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    Yokohama Weizen

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 20, 2013
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    Yokohama Brewery is the oldest microbrewery in Japan's first town to brew beer. Yokohama became the first Japanese city to brew beer in 1865, shortly after the city opened to Westerners, but the Yokohama Brewery didn't open until 1995. They brew variety of beers including lager, pilsner, alt, weizen, IPA, and pale ale. The brewery is located in central Yokohama, and they have both a taproom on the first floor, and a full restaurant above the brewery.

    My first Yokohama beer was their weizen. The beer poured a beautiful, unfiltered and cloudy golden, with a great, traditional hefeweizen scent of cloves and fruit. The first sip was great, but the overpowering sweetness soon made the beer tough to finish.

    2.5 out of 5 stars.

    Website: http://www.yokohamabeer.com/
    Address: Naka-ku, Sumiyoshi-cho 6-68-1
    Telephone: 045-641-9901

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    BaiRinKaku - Yokohama's Chinatown

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Jul 19, 2013
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    While wandering around Yokohama's vast Chinatown area, we were in search of a good restaurant. We stumbled upon BaiRinKaku, not because the food looked good or cheap, but because the hostess was friendly and spoke excellent English.

    We wandered inside and sat down at a table near the wall by the front door. the menu was massive and somewhat overwhelming, with probably hundreds of options from expensive set meals, to small cheap side dishes. We soon settled on two of the mid priced set meals, each with four or five dishes for about 15,000 Yen.

    We had fried noodles, egg rolls, soup, pickled veggies, and a dessert, all of which was interesting and tasty.

    The restaurant is said to serve Cantonese cuisine from Shanghai.

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    Fuki Kaneko Tower Tianjin stalls

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Jul 17, 2013
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    Fuki Kaneko Tower (富貴包子楼) has a food stall that offers a variety Tianjin-style dumplings. We had a skewer of four different kinds of dumplings that is called a "greedy skewer" for 500 yen. Their website says it all, "Very happy with one of this!"

    This large building, marked by a giant panda face entrance has a variety of shops and other interesting areas on its eight floors. The ground floor has a few shops, including one hat sells a huge variety of local Yokohama products, including beer. The upper floors contain small shops, restaurants, tiny museums, a theater, art galleries, and more.

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    Karyu Hanten, Chinatown

    by Ewingjr98 Updated Jul 12, 2013
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    Karyu Hanten is one of Yokohama Chinatown's hundreds of Chinese restaurants. This one seems busier than others due to its prime location on the main pedestrian street through town, called Chukagai Odori. They have a sit-down restaurant inside and a dim sum stand on the street corner.

    This was our first stop in Chinatown during our visit. The sand on the corner was one of the first we saw, so we stopped in for a bowl of four small steamed buns for about 300 Yen. We stood on a side street next to the restaurant munching on the tasty treats.

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    Shonan Enoshima Summer Beer

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 9, 2013
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    Shonan Brewery's Enoshima Summer Beer is the better of the two Shonan beers I tried during my visit to Kamakura. Enoshima Summer Beer is named after Enoshima Island, a very popular summer resort spot not far from Tokyo.

    The summer beer is a nice, dark, coppery color, with a moderate head hat dissipates to a think line fairly quickly. The smell is mild, but kid of sweet, and the taste matches, with hints of fruit, fresh cut grass, and other summer fragrances. A bit too sweet for my taste, but good for a hot day on the beach!

    3.5 out of 5 stars.

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    Shonan Schwarz Beer

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 6, 2013
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    The Kumazawa Brewing Company makes Shonan Beer. Like so many other Japanese brewers, Kumazawa got its start by making sake, then added beer to their operations in 1996. They offer a wide range of beers, but their most popular selections are their Pilsner, Imperial Stout, Schwarz, alt, and Barley Wine.

    Shonan Schwarz is a dark beer, fitting since schwarz means black in German. The beer has a thin brown head, and a mild taste and smell, slightly sweet, but lacking complexity.

    I found Shonan Schwarz, along with a few other Shonan beers, at a small sake shop near Hase Station in Kamakura.

    3 out of 5 stars

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    Kamakura Moon - Alt Beer

    by Ewingjr98 Written Jul 6, 2013
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    Kamakura Brewery was established in 1998, and it features a female brewer. Their three most common beers are Kamakura Moon (German-style altbier), Kamakura Star (pale ale), and Kamakura Flower (brown ale), but they brew a few others like Enoshima Beer and Yokosuka Beer. Kamakura Beer is typically available only in the immediate Kamakura area, but their beers named after neighboring cities are available in those locales.

    Kamakura Moon is a German-stye alt beer (or "old" style beer). It pours a nice, rich, clear brown color, with thin head. The taste is slightly sweet, but nothing spectacular.

    3 out of 5 stars.

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    Katsune: Japanese Pork Cutlet Restaurant in Higashi Totsuka

    by taigaa001 Updated Nov 22, 2012
    One of the restaurants in Higashi Totsuka Daiei
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    Katsune is one of the restaurants in Food Court of Daiei Higashi Totsuka Store. It is one of the chain restaurants based in Yokohama mainly serving pork cutlet menus. I ordered one of the set lunch menu for 780 yen.

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    • Family Travel
    • Food and Dining

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    Al Ain: Arabic, Lebanese and Moroccan food in JAPAN!

    by tricia_abanilla Written Jul 26, 2008
    Al Ain

    Al Ain is the first ethnic restaurant serving Arabian food in Yokohama. It is classified as Casual and Specialty Restaurant. This restaurant is well designed with Middle Eastern features. It is a restaurant where you can taste mouth watering Middle Eastern foods and at the same time enjoy belly dancing performance (Friday and Saturday nights from 8:30). There are no strict policies in this restaurant everyone can go with your casual attire. Tourist and locals would not have a hard time because their menu is in Japanese and English.

    OPEN:
    Mon-Sat
    5:30-11:00pm

    CLOSED:
    Sundays; 1st and 3rd Mon.

    Favorite Dish: RECOMMENDED DISH:

    Tabouleh salad (¥1,780) with cracked wheat mixed with parsley, tomatoes, onion and herbs in olive oil and lemon dressing.

    RECOMMENDED BEVERAGE:

    Lebanese lager Al Maza (¥980) and a traditional white grape liquor called Arack, similar to the southern French spirit Pastis.

    RECOMMENDED DESSERT:

    Al Ain’s own baklavah

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    • Food and Dining

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    Tiki Tiki: A little Hawaii in JAPAN!

    by tricia_abanilla Written Jul 26, 2008
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    Tiki Tiki is like a little Hawaii in Yokohama it can be classified as a Specialty, and Bistro Restaurant. This restaurant serves a large selection of mouth watering pan-Asian dishes and traditional Hawaiian cuisine. Tiki tiki also has more than 30 kinds of tropical drinks that would definitely quench your thirst. A sip on a cool tropical drink served in a traditional tiki mug with matching professional hula & Tahitian dance show would definitely makes you feel the Hawaii’s atmosphere. You don’t have to wear anything elegant to fit in with the crowd just wear a comfortable attire and surely you’ll have fun. So if you are in the mood for a little taste of Polynesian hospitality and decor take a short trip in Tiki tiki, Yokohama.

    HOURS:

    OPEN:
    Mon - Thu & Sun
    17:00 - 23:30

    CLOSED:
    Fri & Sat & Before Holidays
    17:00 - 24:00 (L.O. 23:00)

    CAPACITY:
    300 seats

    Favorite Dish: RECOMMENDED FOODS:

    Hawaiian Appetizers - From 350 yen
    Hawaiian Plate - From 1200 yen
    Spicy Polynesian sauce pork laulau - 1200 yen
    Garlic Shrimp - 800 yen
    Cobb Salad - 700 yen
    Loco Moco - 1200 yen
    Fried noodle spring roll - 600 yen
    Avocado shrimp with pineapple & cheese - 700 yen+

    RECOMMENDED DRINKS:

    Kona Coffee Jelly - 500 yen
    Mai Tai - 840 yen
    Piña Colada - 1100 yen

    Related to:
    • Singles
    • Romantic Travel and Honeymoons
    • Food and Dining

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