Pandas are rad. Yokohama Chinatown has the right idea. Panda socks, pandas in window displays, pandas wearing panda hats, pandas informing you about how to dispose of your trash, and panda buns – believe me there is so much more where all of this came from, thank goodness.
Yokohama Chinatown has other offerings too! Implying you need anything other than panda everything to keep you satisfied.
It seemed, however that there was a cost to enter the interior of the temple, so we watched on as other visitors burned incense outside and made their way in to pray.
There are vendors all along the streets selling roasted chestnuts, and they try to rope you into a purchase with a free sample. Katie became the very pleased recipient of many a free sample.
Education Abroad and Overseas Campuses staff posts on behalf of our authors. We combined several blogs into one in the summer of 2018, so older posts often show as authored by Temple U Abroad. If you'd like to know who wrote this post, the author's name is always indicated in the category, visible on the post itself and browse-able on the right-hand side of our blog. You can also find our storyteller's profiles on our website beginning in 2014.
If you are one of our past authors and would like to see your name appear at the bottom of your posts again in addition to the categories, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks for reading!
View all posts by Temple U Abroad