Yokohama Daiseka Turning Chinese

Yokohama, Japan's own Chinatown, saw the opening this winter of an original attraction, Yokohama Daiseka, a multi-story themed museum representing Shanghai in the 1920s and 1930s. Since opening, it has become one of the area's most popular attractions among tourists and locals alike.

Attracting over 20,000 visitors weekly, Yokohama Daisekai (“Daisekai” is Japanese for “big world”) consists of a variety of themed levels. The design incorporates dynamic visuals including intelligent lig

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