Ameyoko is a shopping town between JR Ueno Station and Okachimachi Station. About 400 shops line along 500m street. Let's head down to buy souvenirs only available at Ameyoko!
Marui Shoten was founded 60 years ago and mainly deals in mainly fountain pens. The item we recommend at this shop is ZIPPO with ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock print art, carved on it. This delicate work is a perfect souvenir from Japan. It will definitely be something that you can use for a long time.
- Address 6-4-4, Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005, Japan
Niku no Oyama is a restaurant managed by a wholesale retail store of meat. You can take out fried food over the counter. The recommended dish of this restaurant is the Yamitsuki Croquette. The flavor of sweet potato and meat is superb!
Niku no Ohyama肉の大山 上野店
- Address 6-13-2, Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005, Japan
At Niki no Kashi, you can get snacks commonly eaten in Japan. If you come to this shop, don't hesitate to make "bulk purchases!" There are two prices listed, and if you buy the written number of the same item, you can get yet another discount. The main store is a duty-free shop, so it is convenient to buy snacks to distribute to many people, including your family and friends.
Japanese Pattern Denim
FREAK MARKET is a shop specializing in clothes with Japanese patterns. It offers cool jumpers and denim stitched with cherry blossoms and ukiyo-e designs that will really let you feel the Japanese culture. It is also great that it is a duty-free shop.
FREAK MARKETFREAK MARKET
- Address Ameyoko Plaza 31.32, 6-10-7, Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005, Japan
As you stroll around Ameyoko, you will notice people eating fruit skewers. They are sold at a shop called Hyakkaen. It is very popular as a snack not only among tourists but also among the locals as they can enjoy fresh fruits even while walking around.
- Address 6-10-12, Ueno, Taito-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005, Japan
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