The hotel video guide for booking the best deals online - TVtrip
> > Ameyoko hotels near market and shopping area: Ameyoko, Japan Ameyoko, Japan infos >

Ameyoko (Japan)

  • Overview
  • Map
  • Photos
loader
illustration

Ameyoko is a vibrant, bustling area that sells all sorts of consumer perishables as well as shoes and apparel. Here you can find everything from discounted Levi jeans to seaweed, hair cream to hats and quails' eggs to umbrellas. The market started up partly because it was near the terminus of Ueno Station, the stepping-off point for country folk coming to seek their fortune in the big city, and partly because it became the focus for black-market goods after the war. Ameyoko is a great place to feel the pulse of working-class Japan and to pick up some inexpensive and unusual items. Ameyoko grew out of the ashes of World War II to become one of the biggest black markets in the city. Times may have changed, but it still has the 'black market' feel about it.

Practical Information

Address: Between Ueno and Okachimachi, Tokyo, 13

City: Tokyo

Country: Japan

Customer reviews

More info

Ameyoko is a vibrant, bustling area that sells all sorts of consumer perishables as well as shoes and apparel. Here you can find everything from discounted Levi jeans to seaweed, hair cream to hats and quails' eggs to umbrellas. The market started up partly because it was near the terminus of Ueno Station, the stepping-off point for country folk coming to seek their fortune in the big city, and partly because it became the focus for black-market goods after the war. Ameyoko is a great place to feel the pulse of working-class Japan and to pick up some inexpensive and unusual items. Ameyoko grew out of the ashes of World War II to become one of the biggest black markets in the city. Times may have changed, but it still has the 'black market' feel about it.

Ameyoko is a vibrant, bustling area that sells all sorts of consumer perishables as well as shoes and apparel. Here you can find everything from discounted Levi jeans to seaweed, hair cream to hats and quails' eggs to umbrellas. The market started up partly because it was near the terminus of Ueno Station, the stepping-off point for country folk coming to seek their fortune in the big city, and partly because it became the focus for black-market goods after the war. Ameyoko is a great place to feel the pulse of working-class Japan and to pick up some inexpensive and unusual items. Ameyoko grew out of the ashes of World War II to become one of the biggest black markets in the city. Times may have changed, but it still has the 'black market' feel about it.

> > Ameyoko hotels near market and shopping area: Ameyoko, Japan Ameyoko, Japan infos >

International Sites

dansk | deutsch | ελληνικά | english | english | español | suomi | français | magyar | italiano | 日本語 | 한국어 | nederlands | norsk | polski | português | română | русский | српски | svenska | 中文 | 中文

International Sites

| | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |

Why use TVtrip?

  • Best Rates

    Thanks to our booking partners you can access the rates on the web

  • Quality

    All videos are filmed by professionals

  • Maximum choice

    Choose over 35,884 video to help you make the right choice

  • Transparency

    Unbiased, professional videos to help you choose the right hotel

  • We speak your language

    TVtrip is currently in 22 languages

Informations

Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | About | Team | Press | Help | Contact Us

* Best min. prices over next 30 days and among our hotel booking partners.
The displayed amount is indicative and based on today’s exchange rate.

More info on filming your hotel?

© 2016 - TVtrip.com

Key