SEGA has released new details about Yakuza: Like a Dragon! The city of Isezaki Ijincho is the main setting of Yakuza: Like a Dragon. Its 3 times bigger than Kamurocho and includes many distinct areas. Here are all the new details:
Public Employment Security Office District
This district is home to many homeless living quarters and shady looking small restaurants. Its also home to Hello Work Misaki where Ichiban and his party may change jobs.
Korea Town is home to an organization known as the Geomijul. In this district, many signs are written in Hangul and shops are home to Korean natives in Japan.
Chinese Restaurants Alley
This district is home to a dangerous Chinese mafia known as the “Yokohama Refugees.” They are located in the high-end Qing-Jin restaurant. This area is very different compared to Chinatown.
Isezaki Road is the flashy district of Isezaki Ijincho. Its a shopping district filled with restaurants and places to have fun. Pachislot is available here as well.
An area filled with brothels and entertainment, the nightlife is vibrant here. Hosts and brothel workers wander the streets. The long standing Otohime Hotel can be found here.
As the name suggests, this is the perfect place to get a snack. The district is filled with snack shops and bars. Karaoke bars are available here including Survivor, which becomes a gathering spot for Ichiban and the party.
Chinatown is filled with Chinese restaurant and culture. Its a very traditional place in Yokohama and bustling with people.
The station is at the center of Isezaki Ijincho and home to many western-style buildings. Many play spots such as the Batting Center and Darts may be found here.
Yokohama’s biggest Park is home to wagon shops, Dragon Kart and much more! Ichiban will have a wild time here.
Yakuza 7 releases on January 16th 2020 for PS4 in Japan. Yakuza 7 releases as Yakuza: Like a Dragon in the west in 2020. Stay tuned at Final Weapon for the latest Japanese gaming news!