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Getting back with a bag full of great impressions is almost a guarantee for a good night’s rest. Düsseldorf is home to Germany's largest Japanese community. More than 8,400 Japanese live in the state capital and shape the pulsating Little Tokyo. Anyone who longs for the liveliness of Asian metropolises will find it here. Nowhere else in Europe is Japanese life concentrated in one quarter as here.

Excellent restaurants and izakayas (a Japanese pub) serve authentic Japanese cuisine, which was declared an Intangible World Heritage Site in 2013. Ramen snack bars, bakeries, bars, hotels, supermarkets and bookshops offer a uniquely Japanese atmosphere between the central station and the city centre along Immermannstraße and Klosterstraße.

To make the most of your visit to Little Tokyo, Mr.Düsseldorf collected the best recommendations to explore little Tokyo when you are visiting the city. Find all recommendations here.

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