The main railway station of Düsseldorf, Germany is passed daily by 250000 passengers and is therefore the #6 of the most frequented railway stations in Germany. It was opened in 1891 to replace three former railway stations.
In 1932 it was already too small and was rebuilt until 1936. Today there are 16 tracks for trains and a connection to the S-Bahn, the subway and trains. If you exit on the front side your almost directly at the Asian-dominated part of the city and should have some Japanese food.