Nearby Ueno Park and station is a lively street to pick up snacks, souvenirs and small store shopping. Always a bustling atmosphere, experience Tokyo from a different perspective.
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So many shops selling food, dry goods, sporting goods, pre loved designer bags, everything you could probably want. The vibe is noisy and fun. It's a bit sad that it becomes so crowded with tourists during high season but still a great way to escape...More
There's 2 streets to this. One part of Ameyokocho sells seafoods and local products, the other part is mostly restaurants, sneakers, clothes and souvenirs. Endless amount of shops with great prices however if you can't speak Japanese haggling for a bargain would be slightly difficult....More
A destination with an endless number of shops with great prices! We enjoyed this open market experience as well as the items that we purchased. With easy accessibility through the Tokyo subway system you can easily squeeze in time to visit this unique destination.
Very crowded but the price is lower than other places in Tokyo. lots of choices including clothes, bags, food and fruits.
A vibrant street full of things to see, things to buy and stalls to eat and drink! We bought lots of tidbits and Japanese foodstuff as well as fruits from this street. We saw a mall nearby but they were closed by the time we...More