Japantown is known for its central location and accessible parking and public transportation. Large and small meetings can be accommodated in Japantown with intimate and expandable meeting rooms that are provided by two hotels and a movie theater. Beyond business, visitors will find themselves amongst one of San Francisco's most culturally-rich experiences. Unassuming and peaceful, San Francisco's Japantown neighborhood is one of only three remaining neighborhoods in the United States.
Also the oldest Japantown neighborhood, the area is home to artisans of ancient fare and traditional crafts. Strolling from cobblestone pathways to surprisingly unrelated mall floors and amongst naturally-simple landmarks, guests will find themselves popping into several food markets, shops and restaurants. They'll come across neighborhood secrets often passed over by rushed visitors, hear shop-owner stories, learn about cultural talents and taste specialties made with authentic Japanese ingredients. In between meetings, attendees will sit down to a ramen lunch where noodles are hand-pulled and the dashi is divine.