Xindi Chunghwa Street is located in Xindi, Nagasaki City. It is juxtaposed with Yokohama Chunghwa Street and Kobe Nanjing Chunghwa Street. There are about 40 Chinese restaurants and Chinese grocery stores on both sides of the street. The street is located in the newly opened land reclaimed for the purpose of building warehouses of imported trade goods in China in the mid-Edo period. There is a Chinese Gate at the north-west entrance of the 250-meter-long cross road. The animals carved with the gods of traditional Chinese orientation are Qinglong, Baihu, Suzaku and basalt. The flagstone route of New China Street is assisted by Fuzhou, a sister city of Nagasaki. Tasting Nagasaki cuisine, when it comes to representing Nagasaki's cuisine, we have to mention noodles with assorted noodles, which was originated by Mr. Chen Pingshun, the first generation founder of Sihai Building, a Chinese restaurant, and later spread to other stores and became the representative of Nagasaki's cuisine. There is also crisp "Panwudong", which is no less popular than the gourmet noodles. You might as well go to China Street and enjoy the local flavor of Nagasaki. The Mid-Autumn Festival in Nagasaki China Street is one of the three major festivals in China. It is popular in Japan as "Moon Festival". People will celebrate the brightest, mellow and beautiful "Moon of Mid-Autumn Festival" as a symbol of family reunion. Decorating 1000 full moon lanterns on Zhonghua Street is a wonderful finale. The Nagasaki Lantern Festival was originally a celebration of Chinese New Year celebrations on New China Street in Nagasaki. It was expanded in 1994 and became famous throughout the country as a winter scenic spot. From the first to the fifteenth day of the first lunar month of the Spring Festival, the streets are decorated with about 15,000 lanterns and various themes, showing a fantastic scene and attracting a large number of visitors.