This place is just packed, with locals and tourists. There were some shops for clothes and shoes and unless you need something, not a place to be unless you like crowd or looking for a bargain.
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Ok. I was here 2 years ago and I thought the preserved food had passed its prime. I did find a carryon bag that has lasted 5 years. So I didn't expect much. Then I turned a corner and came across a bracelet maker who...More
The prices higher are much much better than in Nakamise street despite the latter being known as souvenir paradise. Come early in weekdays to avoid crowd.
The atmosphere and the open air restaurants are fun. Some of the shops are borderline scams. Frozen maguro (tuna) looks like Toro (the fat part of tuna) but is not so what appears to be a bargain is not.
This place is a long strip of market stalls, we spent about an hour here. Lots of souvenirs available here. Lucky for us it wasn't over crowded on a weekday
If you like open markets and bargainig - lossen up : this place is for you . A vivid alley, bustling with crowds of tourists and locals ,. Clothing , shoes and souvenir shops , food counters and small restaurants , selling almost everything ....More
This is a busy street and filled with a lot of shops selling fruit, food, souvenirs, seafood, clothing etc. It's all under one roof but I find that the souvenirs are more expensive when compared to shops at Asakusa. Good place to visit since it...More