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Many of the best Portland goods and restaurants are popping up in a surprising place: Japan. (And vice versa!)
Portland is only an hour away from the Pacific Ocean, so it should come as no surprise that the city’s sushi options are both delicious and expansive.
A modern food hall in Portland's Old Town features new ventures from established local and international chefs, creating a kind of permanent food festival.
The Cultural Crossing Expansion, underway from fall 2015 – spring 2017, is the first upgrade at the Portland Japanese Garden since it opened in 1963.
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Portland’s new transit bridge and the MAX Orange light rail line make it easy to explore the up-and-coming South Waterfront and Central Eastside districts.
Evoking Paris’ intimate passageways and Scandinavian architecture, this shop-filled alley connects downtown Portland’s West End with the Pearl District.
An authentic example of Japanese landscaping, the Portland Japanese Garden is a haven of tranquil beauty with an unsurpassed view of Mount Hood.
You could plan a week's worth of meals on Southeast Division, the city's hottest dining corridor, and still not hit all of the must-tries.
Inside Belmont's many bars and restaurants, you'll find dishes, bowls, glasses and mugs filled to the brim with care and craft.