Ameyoko Center Building

Long-standing building in the center of Ameyoko and one of the best places to buy Asian food in Tokyo

Ueno Zoo Free Admission Day

Three times each year Ueno Zoo opens its doors to visitors for free!

Ueno Zoo Free Admission Day

Three times each year Ueno Zoo opens its doors to visitors for free!

Ueno Zoo Free Admission Day

Three times each year Ueno Zoo opens its doors to visitors for free!

Ueno Zoo

Japan’s oldest zoo is home to over 400 species, but it is most famous for its giant pandas.

Kyu Iwasaki-tei Gardens

The former home of the Iwasaki Family, the founders of the Mitsubishi group. The grounds passed into government possession after the war and the structures are today recognized as Important Cultural Assets.

Ameyoko / Candy Alley

Ameyoko runs along and under the rail tracks between Ueno Station and Okachimachi Station to the south. One of the capital’s most famous night markets with enough souvenirs to keep any traveller entertained.

Ueno Park

Famous park which is home to five museums, two concert halls, and Ueno Zoo. Especially popular during the cherry blossom season.

The Ueno Royal Museum

Museum housing temporary exhibitions ranging from calligraphy to classical Japanese paintings

Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum

Museum in Ueno Park which aims to be “a place for creativity and coaction”

Ueno Cherry Blossom Festival

One of Tokyo’s most famous hanami spots, Ueno Park boasts about 1,200 trees, half of which are Yoshino…

Ueno Park Taiwan Festival

First held in 2011 to celebrate 100 years since the formation of Taiwan, as well as an event…