The Webster Bridge's design was inspired by traditional Japanese pedestrian walkways. In addition to providing a safe passage over the traffic on Geary Boulevard, the arched bridge has views of Japan Center and San Francisco's Western Addition.
Today's JapanTown was formed after the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake and fire and occupies an area of the Fillmore district that is within the confines of California Street to the north, O'Farrell Street to the south, Fillmore to the west and Laguna to the east. The heart of Japantown is Japan Center, a five-acre complex of hotels, shops, theaters, sushi bars and restaurants at Post and Buchanan Streets. It is crowned by a five-tiered pagoda, a symbol of eternal peace. Locals call this sector "J-Town." More than 12,000 residents of Japanese descent call it home. There is much to learn from this small slice of Japanese life .
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Our Japantown Hotel partners below listed by their star rating first and then in alphabetical order. You'll find a selection of hotels to choose from starting from Luxury Hotels to budget hotels with great rates right in the heart of Japantown.