About this sight
Tokudai-ji Temple is located in the shopping street of Ame-yoko in Ueno.
Ameyoko Plaza is the mall next to Ameyoko. It is under the railway with lots small stores selling all sorts of souvenirs, clothes or collectibles.
The sister store and brand of Ueno's Hinoya, Sun-house is an "Amekaji" or American casual retailer selling vintage and contemporary workwear. Brands include Fra
Established in 1747, Fugetsudo is one of Tokyo's oldest sweets stores.
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Capsule and Sauna Century
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Hotel Sardonyx Ueno
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Capsule and Sauna New Century
Conveniently situated a 5-minute walk from JR Ueno Station, Capsule and Sauna New Century offers unique capsule rooms for male guests. The on-site hot tubs and
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