This district has a long history. It grew from a commercial area that was founded at Kan’eiji Temple in 1628 (the 5th year of the Kan’ei era). Great names in Japanese literature, such as Ogai Mori and Shotaro Ikenami, have frequented the district. The district has many restaurants and drinking places. Enjoy great food and drink when you visit Ueno.
*At this two-day local gourmet festival, visitors who buy a badge enjoy special fixed-price menus at member restaurants and bars in the area. “Tabenaito, Nomanaito” means “Let’s eat and drink tonight.”
A 1-minute walk from the Shinobazunoike Suijo Music Hall We’re the closest shopping street to the music hall.
The Ueno 2-chome Nakacho-dori, which is the street on the south side of Ueno Park, has many restaurants and drinking places, and is one street back from Shinobazu-dori Street. [Subway] Exit #2, Yushima Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line [Subway] Exit A3, Ueno-okachimachi Sta. on the Toei Oedo Line [Subway] Exit A3, Ueno-hirokoji Sta. on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Note: Exit A3 is for both the Toei Oedo Line and the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line. [JR] A 5-minute walk from the North Exit of Okachimachi Sta. [JR] Shinobazu Exit of Ueno Sta.
The Ueno 2-chome Nakacho-dori Shop Association members are listed here. We look forward to your visit.