Would be interesting to know what this 'street' is called in Japanese? Remember that anything in the English language preceded by the word 'Dutch' has a derogative meaning (tongue-in-cheek) like for instance Dutch treat (when you have to pay yourself), a Dutch uncle (a bit of a shady character), a Dutch crossing (crossing the street diagonally) etc. etc.. Anything described as 'Dutch' is never quite what it seems and/or slightly 'off'.
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For 2 centuries till 19th century, the Netherlands is the only European country that had diplomatic and trade relationship with Japan. The 'Dutch' represented Europe in those days.