Ueno is in the jr yamanote line or the asakusa metro...Get off at ueno station or omakikachi station It's a shopping haven for everyone... It has a toy shop 5 storeys high...
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Spent a weekend in Ueno. Convenient transit by train, JR and Keisei railways. Major shopping district adjacent to the train stations. Plenty of restaurants, from the tiny shops where you buy a ticket and stand to eat, to full service dining. While it doesn't have...More
This is an older section of Tokyo, which has a more "neighborly" and quieter feel than the Ginza. We did not have time to take in all the cultural and historical sites of this area, but we found it relaxing and would return for an...More
The shops under the train tracks between Okachimachi and Ueno station host a variety of goods - mostly of Western brands such as Adidas, Nike, etc. Here, you may find low-priced sporting gear, military surplus, pharmaceutical items, stationery, leather goods, weapon replicas and hunting goods,...More
nice area for local food, shopping and ueno park. The Zoo in the park is very clean and the museums in the park is also worth visiting. spend the whole day in ueno.
There is so much to see and do in this area of Tokyo! Lots of museums and a beautiful park and zoo, and then there is the shopping district...whew! Plan to spend a whole day (or two) exploring Ueno.
This is a very popular shopping place. There are lots of foreigners trying to sell you kebabs, and sea food eateries selling fresh oysters and boiled crabs with beer. At this point, the alley gets extremely crowded and you may lose members of your party...More