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Great artisan area

Woodcrafts, textiles, pottery, stationary, jewelry, glassworks, etc. you get the idea. Really great... read more

Reviewed March 9, 2018
Nathan D
via mobile
"Artisans 'Я Us" (and quite good too!)

It's a collection of japanese "artisan" stores from around the country - pottery, fabrics, clothes... read more

Reviewed March 1, 2018
dieswaytoofast
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Austin, Texas
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5-9 Ueno, Taito 110-0005, Tokyo Prefecture
Ueno, Asakusa
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Reviewed March 9, 2018 via mobile

Woodcrafts, textiles, pottery, stationary, jewelry, glassworks, etc. you get the idea. Really great stuff. I was particularly impressed with the woodcrafts. Spent way too much money here. Would go back. Don’t be expecting deals - this is nice stuff (in my book). Thoroughly enjoyed it!

Thank Nathan D
Reviewed March 1, 2018

It's a collection of japanese "artisan" stores from around the country - pottery, fabrics, clothes, shoes, "stuff from nagano", whatever. It's mostly (or all!) really quite good, and is, in typical Japanese style, an excellent use of the space under the train lines up near...More

1  Thank dieswaytoofast
Reviewed January 29, 2018

Really great urban renewal space with fantastic handmade craft and artist work. Wish I had more time and had bought more.

1  Thank twoadults_2kids
Reviewed January 24, 2018

Great place to find unique gifts and souvenirs, made by Japanese artists and crafts professionals. It is hidden away, below the railway tracks! Great to spend a few hours here, as all the shop keepers are eager to explain and share their passion with you....More

1  Thank rie s
Reviewed January 2, 2018

Worldclass if youre looking for some authentic souvenirs/gifts in a fascinating and very inspiring athmosphere, then that street is somethign for you, just straight across the Akihabara Dormy Inn. Lost of nice boutiques and a few coffee places

Thank 202Countries
Reviewed October 26, 2017

I sought out this craft "mall" under the train tracks while my sons explored the manga and anime wonders of Akihabara. Lots of leather, woodwork, textiles and ceramics as well as many unique specialty items. You could splurge or find some interesting and reasonably priced...More

1  Thank MissFidget
Reviewed June 7, 2017

This place is great if you want really authentic, unique souvenirs from local artisans rather than the stuff in tourist shops. The value seemed really excellent as well, depending on what you're looking for. There was a couple of really excellent coffee shops too. Would...More

2  Thank emilybean
Reviewed May 23, 2017

This design "tunnel" below the Yamanote line is a very nice place to stroll around. There are lots of different shops, some cafés and coffee stands. A really calm place to enjoy the silence in the middle of Tokyo.

Thank Per411
Reviewed April 16, 2017

A smallish collection of shops/workspaces for artists to sell their wares. I found the Tenegui shop to be of excellent quality and spent a fair amount of money here. Better quality Tenegui for the same price as you would pay in a department store (1500...More

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Reviewed March 17, 2017

Took a little while to find it; went away disappointed. Perhaps small artisan shops were rare in Tokyo; there were some interesting shops but really nothing truly special.

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Ueno, Asakusa
Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old
Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa.
Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit
a variety of different museums and galleries. At
Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the
grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed
alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at
the end of the year, when many people go on shopping
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