About 400 shops handling food products, such as fresh seafood and produce, are gathered in this market. It is a very popular spot for visitors from in and out of the country.
It is a shopping district specializing in food-related specialty shops, and the district stretches about 800 meters from north to south between the Asakusa and Ueno areas.
A 670-meter-long shopping street with a variety of small shops.
The early 20th century comes alive on this street of restaurants
An alley roughly 300 metres from Ningyocho, named Amazake Yokocho after a shop selling sweet sake.
Nihonbashi is a town where traditional Japanese and modern cultures are woven together, where you can experience the charms of Japan.
This is a shopping avenue with a retro presence. Its morning market held on the fourth Sunday every month is popular.
At 1.3 km long, Togoshi Ginza Shopping Street is one of the longest such streets in the Kanto area. Some 400 shops as well as many events including food fairs.
This is an area where you can find all kinds of antique books. There are shops with new books as well.
A wholesale district with a variety of specialty shops selling everything from traditional Japanese dolls, to displays for shop windows, toys and stationery.
A good old-fashioned shopping district with 70 older shops and a shitamachi (downtown) atmosphere.
The Ameyayo shotengai(shopping street) grew out of a black market that sprung up following the end of World War II. It is a shopping district that retains the good old feel of downtown Tokyo.
This is the third (and oldest existing) underground mall in Japan.
A restaurant that serves freshly caught river fish can also be found, and the area is characterized by the friendly atmosphere of the traditionally commercial, working-class neighborhood.