Little Asia (アジア街, Ajia-gai, lit. Asia Town) is a ghetto for Chinese and other mainland Asian immigrants located in the middle of Kamurocho. It was originally a run down area of small shops and restaurants with a narrow alley running through the middle. in Yakuza 6, the area has been renovated by the Saio Triad.
The Asia District is home to Elder Chen, who agrees to keep Tachibana safe here from the Tojo Clan due to his Chinese heritage, but not Kiryu. This is the area where Lao Gui shoots Kiryu and takes Tachibana away.
Much of Masayoshi Tanimura's story arc takes place here due to his mixed upbringing. His foster father owns a restaurant named Homeland.
The area has been redeveloped by the Saio Triad under the leadership of Big Lo. When Yuta Usami learns that he is Lo's son and thus heir to the Triad, he sets fire to Lo's office and traps them in there to try and kill them both, before Kiryu forces him to leave. The fire then consumes the rest of the district.
As of December 2018, the area is still closed for renovation after the fire. Takayuki Yagami can nonetheless enter by jumping over the construction barriers. Inside, there is a shogi player that Yagami is able to play against (only at night), as well as a smoking area.
Substories/Side Cases Edit
Alley Vendor (Near Homeland) Edit
|Tauriner||200||This is Tauriner. It only charges up HEAT a little.|
|Tauriner +||700||Tauriner + will charge up your HEAT fairly well.|
|Sake||600||This large bottle of Sake will really warm you up.|
Alley Vendor (Near South Entrance) Edit
|Staminan X||800||Staminan X slightly charges up your HEAT and recovers health.|
|Staminan XX||2,200||Staminan XX charges up your HEAT and recovers health.|
|Staminan Royale||7,800||Staminan Royale will recover a lot of your health and HEAT.|
- The area is inaccessible for most of Yakuza 0 and Yakuza 4.
- As seen in the picture above, the area features a squatting toilet. These have mostly fallen out of use in Japan with the introduction of the country's (in)famously high-tech sitting toilets, but are still commonly found in mainland Asia.