There are a ton of Chinese food places in Tokyo known as Chuka Ryori [中華料理[ちゅうかりょうり]] or "Chinese Food" but the taste has been modified to cater for Japanese taste buds.
Not to say that it tastes bad - it just tastes different. The Chinese food in Yokohama Chinatown however has been 'less modified.'
The best way I can describe "Japanese tastes" is "A taste where if not matched then the restaurant quickly goes out of business."
Chinese food back in the UK was good but was still altered for local tastes.
How is the Chinese food in your neck of the woods?