Japanese Quarter

This is unique in Germany! Nowhere else do so many Japanese live, as in Duesseldorf - over 6500. Around the Immermannstrasse near the main station are numerous Japanese companies, like restaurants, retailers, doctors and banks. In the Japanese supermarkets not only Japanese people, also the Germans like to go shopping. This also applies to the numerous restaurants and ramen bars. Here you immediately feel like you are in the Land of the Rising Sun.

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Around Immermannstraße, especially Oststrasse, Charlottenstrasse and Klosterstrasse 

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Tram: 707 (Stop Charlottenstr./Oststr. or Klosterstaße)
Subway: U70, U74, U75, U76, U77, U78, U79 (Stop Oststraße U)
Busses: NE4, NE7 (Stop Charlottenstr./Oststr.)
737, 752, 754, 805, 817, SB55, NE1, NE3 (Stop Oststraße)
or walk from Duesseldorf Central Station (Düsseldorf Hbf, approx. 5 min)

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Stores, bars and restaurants with different opening times


Stores, bars and restaurants, Bars in different price categories

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