Yokohama Chinese New Year

When Sam and I were in London, one of the significant moments for us was when we went to Leicester Square for Chinese New Year. I think it was a moment that solidified that we’re people  interested in that sort of vibrant experience, since everyone else on both of our trips couldn’t have cared less. Because of this, after I finished healing up from my recent bout with the plague, I knew what event I would not allow myself to miss.

When we first got there, we both wanted to have our previous soup dumplings and Taiwanese stuffed bread, so we went back to that restaurant. What we generally found was that the China town was much busier and more bustling than our last visit. But, we still managed to get our food and (cautiously) enjoy it (since it’s super, boiling, horrifically hot, temperature-wise)!



Next up, we went and waited for the Lion dancing show to begin. I thought it was only going to be lion dancing, but it was a bunch of different acts!


After we watched the acts, we grabbed a bag of dried Japanese hawthorne sticks and headed home to make our own Chinese food (too many all-you-can-eat buffets for our level of hungry). Yokohama, and the china town, aren’t that far from us, so we decided to visit it more often!

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One Response to Yokohama Chinese New Year

  1. says:

    Dearest Susannah, am very familiar with the various Chinese dances, but what is Coca Cola? Seriously, how does she get on the bike, much less balance dishes while on it? I have to practice standing on one leg for ten seconds, and barely make it! Can’t wait to see you!


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