Having purchased a lot of hiking supplies from Bayside Outlet, we took the train back to the hotel in around an hour. We should check out the zone and find out if there was any interesting and non-chain restaurants.
Wandering around, we came to a special food street (もつしげ野毛小路). It was a 10-minute walking distance away from the JR station. The streets were arranged neatly which reminiscents the Myeong-dong district in Seoul. However, here we did not see luxury shops but only family businesses.
We circled around a few streets and chose a Japanese-style North-Eastern Chinese restaurant! The price of course was relatively higher than our home town. The taste nevertheless was more like from the Guangdong province rather than from the North-Eastern province in China. Anyway, we enjoyed the atmosphere happily.