Jiao Jiao and I went out for late night snacks. We turned right at the corner and headed to what looked to be a lighted area. The short alley way had signs labeling it at both ends, like a China town in a small city.
As we walked in, we noticed that it was not your normal street. Actually, it was a street full of sushi bars and the girls that came out to promote the food appeared to be promoting more than food. Jiao Jiao commented that the sign itself means Japanese Culture Street.
We finally settled on a place to sit down and eat fried fish outside the culture street. As we ate, multiple taxis stopped and their patrons entered the bars. A few men came out with companions, including a big black guy. Guess he did not hear that the street was for Japanese guys only. Here is a video giving Jiao Jiao's perspective.