Ameyoko Shopping Street

Sightseeing information about Ameyoko Shopping Street in Japan.

Ameyoko Shopping Street4.0

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Ameyoko is a bustling shopping strip south of Ueno Station along the overhead train tracks. The street has an open-air market selling everything from groceries to fresh seafood such as fish, crab and oyster, and some arcades filled with clothes, shoes, jewelry, sports goods and other knick-knacks. Prices are all discounted but you can bargain with many of vibrant vendors. There are also many eateries with reasonable prices.

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4.04 weeks ago

Interesting lively market area with a good mixture of shops (particularly sporting goods and shoe shops) and open market stalls. Lots of cooking ingredients can be bought cheaply here too. A wide variety of inexpensive but tasty street restaurants can be found up and down the central streets which are good for lunches. Can get super busy on Sunday afternoons so head down early if you can

5.0in the last week

What a great market for shopping lovers. There are a lot of tax-free shops selling clothes, shoes, bags, and others which are almost authentic. Many food shops are also here with great taste. It's very crowded in the evening. If you are looking for a good place for shopping for cheaper things, this place is your answer.

4.0a month ago

This market was overwhelmingly wonderful! Lots of great shops and food. Unfortunately we were there at dinner time and the good restaurants were often packed or had line ups. Definitely will return here.

4.0in the last week

It's a nice market that has food, clothes, shoes, fruits, anything that you can find and reasonably cheap is at this market. Try and visit and have a look see. I particularly love the fresh strawberries! It was super fresh, perfect mix of sweet and sour 😁

4.0a month ago

Nice fun little market. It has almost a bit of everything here. It's definitely worth seeing. Lots of food, clothing ranging from new to vintage and even independent shops. There's also a few luxury vintage shops as well. It can get busy but it's not too bad.

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