We were shock to see sales people standing on stools and shouting sale prices... looks like China!!! Didn't enjoy this place.
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Visited all shopping areas in tokyo.. this place is a proper street shopping... many shops... all kinds of cheap products... from clothes, watches, restaurants... you get tax refund if you have foreign passport... close to ueno station and ueno park... so worth a visit.
I came here to shop for stuff to take home at Takeya, which is a store that sells everything from food, household stuff, toiletries, cosmetics, luggage, etc. But we ended up walking around the neighborhood that's littered with small pedestrian alleys lined with shops, pachinko...More
Ueno park is a must and the Ueno station has a lot of charm too. The Ueno station mall has lots of interesting stores, e.g. The Garden sells great bento boxes or lovely dishes (and has a microwave), and there's a few shops that sell...More
We stayed in Ueno Area through AirBnB as we find most hotels too small to accommodate for people (18sqm). Getting two rooms is not an option. The area is surrounded with good restaurants. There are 7-11 and family marts almost anywhere which can help with...More
Lots of great restaurants and the Bueno park is a great place to visit! You can row around in the pond there too which is great!
Good selection of fitness clothing and shoes. Seems to be alot of sales. Food mixed in aswell, had a good kebab. Lots of alley ways of all sorts of items, definitely worth a visit and explore.
Each shopping area of Tokyo seems to have slightly different themes (even if food - the food is different). Lot's of clothes shopping here. Lots of streets and alleys with shops. Food options are good - try a a few things a different places (some...More
This is one of the best shopping streets in South East Asia. Compares well to Temple Street in Hong Kong. You can have a good bargain and you have the thrill of buying some dodgy products here. Prices are good but it the experience. Must...More