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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.

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Address: Between Ueno and Okachimachi, Tokyo, 13

City: Tokyo

Country: Japan

Hotels nearby

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155 yd - Hotel Marutani Annex

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166 yd - Cube Hotel Ueno Express

Cube Hotel Ueno Express. Hotel "Cube Hotel Ueno Express" has 2 stars. This hotel can be found in Tokyo. Each bedroom is air-conditioned. The air conditioning keeps the hot weather outside. Staying in Read moretouch with family and friends is made easy by the free of charge Internet access that is provided.Hide

166 yd - Hotel Marutani

Ideally located in the prime touristic area of Ueno / Asakusa / Akihabara, Hotel Marutani promises a relaxing and wonderful visit. The property features a wide range of facilities to make your stay a Read morepleasant experience. Restaurant, laundry service/dry cleaning, elevator, Wi-Fi in public areas are just some of the facilities on offer. Shared bathroom, air conditioning, internet access – LAN, refrigerator, bathrobes can be found in each guestroom. Access to the hotel's massage, sauna will further enhance your satisfying stay. A welcoming atmosphere and excellent service are what you can expect during your stay at Hotel Marutani.Hide

190 yd - Hotel Kangetsuso

Hotel Kangetsuso. "Hotel Kangetsuso" has acquired 2 stars. The hotel is a convenient pied-a-terre from which visitors can discover Tokyo. Dinner can be served without leaving the hotel as there is an Read moreonsite restaurant. For those who absolutely need to keep an eye on business, there is Internet access available.Hide

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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.

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