Chinatown – International District

Just east of Pioneer Square, this eclectic neighborhood offers the city’s most diverse mix of authentic Asian cuisine and lively international flavor throughout its many shops, markets and art.  Hing Hay Park, the International Children’s Park and the International District / Chinatown Community Center invite everyone to play in one of Seattle’s most culturally-rich neighborhoods.

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Hing Loon Restaurant

Hing Loon Chinese is a cornerstone in the Seattle community and has been recognized for its outstanding Chinese & Asian cuisine, excellent service and friendly staff. They offer delicious dining and carryout in Seattle. 628 S Weller St. Website

Shop
Pink Gorilla

A store for all your gaming needs! Pink Gorilla has inventory for many gaming consoles including Nintendo, PlayStation, Xbox, Sega, Atari and more. 601 S King St. #101C Website

Stay
Panama Hotel

The Historic Panama Hotel built in 1910 by Sabro Ozasa, a Japanese Architect and graduate of the University of Washington. Through the years it has served as a home for generations of Japanese immigrants, Alaskan fisherman and International travelers. The Panama Hotel was built as a “workingman’s” hotel, and is centrally located in Seattle’s Historic International District, very close to downtown and the stadiums. 650 S Main St. Website

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Wing Luke Museum

As a National Park Service Affiliated Area and the first Smithsonian affiliate in the Pacific Northwest, the Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience offers an authentic perspective on a unique version of the American story. 401 S. Jackson St. Website

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