Serviced Apartments in Japantown

Furnished Apartments in Japantwown

San Francisco is filled with historical places and neighborhoods. Besides Chinatown, the city also houses a quintessential Japanese neighborhood known as Japantown. It is one of the three Japantowns that are remnant in the US. However, regardless of whether you are visiting San Francisco to experience “J-Town” or “Little Osaka” as it is also known, there is something for everyone in the city’s Japantown. If you are looking for a place to stay in this multiculturally vibrant neighborhood, we have our furnished apartments in Japantown which will be the right choice for you.

Some of Our Top Serviced Apartments in Japantown, San Francisco:

Each of these serviced apartments in Japantown comes laced with modern amenities and facilities that will make your stay worthwhile. With eccentric interiors and large open spaces, these furnished apartments in San Francisco are ideally suited for both families as well as solo travelers. Here you will get a fully equipped kitchen with modern appliances, a cozy bedroom with an attached bathroom, crisp linen, free high-speed WiFi connectivity, basically everything to enjoy a comfortable stay.

Where to Stay in Japantown

No matter if you are visiting Japantown for the first time, being situated in the heart of San Francisco, makes it well connected to the famous Fillmore Street on Post Street. It is spread across 6-blocks and comprises shops and restaurants in the Western Addition area. Visiting here for a day or two will make you feel like you are in Japan as the locals here have done an incredible job to recreate the look and feel of this neighborhood. This place has a host of awesome Japanese restaurants offering sushi, ramen, and shabu-shabu, besides shopping complexes, karaoke bars, and Asian-style spas.

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Facts About Japantown

Settled in the 1860s, the neighborhood still elegantly holds the Japanese culture and its very essence. Although it’s eclipsed by the grandeur of the nearby Chinatown, yet there’s a lot to see and do in this area. Let us see some of the facts about Japantown: 

  • The Japantown in San Francisco is one of three remaining Japantownʼs in the US and it’s also the largest and oldest surviving one. 
  • The Peace Pagoda, a 5-tiered stupa located at the Japan Centre, was designed by a Japanese architect and gifted to the San Francisco city on behalf of the people of Osaka, a Japanese city.
  • That’s why San Francisco is a sister city to Osaka and Japantown here is also known as ‘little Osaka’
  • Japantown celebrates two major festivals each year: The Northern Carolina Cherry Blossom Festival in April; and the Nihonmachi Street Festival in August.

Weather in Japantown

Being situated in San Francisco, Japantown has a moderate climate. With pleasant sunny summers and short winters, the best time to visit Japantown is between June to October. Summers being the peak season, are usually crowded, hence it is always good to visit during the spring and fall to avoid the crowd.

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