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Ueno is one of major Station and Stops for JR line and Subway.

People used to call [ Entrance for North Japan].

Major local train and Bullet Trains and Express trains stops here.

Perfect location from Narita International airport and going to explore Tokyo and another part of Japan.



Also Ueno is a cool park area with many interesting areas to explore.
At one end is the Metropolitan Museum of Art as well as the Science Museum.
There are a couple of shrines around and a nice fountain in the middle of the park with many people eating around it.
Ueno was also the home for one of biggest zoo.


Ueno Guido


Ueno Park is Tokyo's first public park and was opened 1873.
Ueno park has one of biggest museums, as well as zoo, temples, lake, and monuments.
You can see why Ueno park is one of the most popular areas to Visit.

Also we have 1200 cherry blossoms in the spring.
Ueno Park is very famous for the beautiful cherry blossoms.
Everyone comes and has a party under the trees.
You can see Pandas at Ueno park.

*The cherry blossoms were given to the city of Washington D.C,
in 1912 by the mayour of Tokyo.


Ueno Park


Tokyo National Museum

The Tokyo National Museum houses
900,000 cultural treasures of art and archeological items. Extensively covering the various regions of Asia,
centering on Japan.This is the largest collection in Japan.


The National museum of Western Art

The National Museum of Western Art is Japan's only national museum specializing in western art in Tokyo.
The museum's collection presents the history of western art from the late medieval period through the beginning of the 20th century.


The Nationl Science Museum


Shitamachi fuuzoku shiryoukan

you can see how we used live 100~ 200years ago in Tokyo (Edo).
I am sure this place is going to be very interesting for you.
Tue ~ Sunday 9:30AM ~ 4PM


America Street (Ameya Yokochou)

Out side shopping mall. Clothes, Fishes, Sneakers, many kinds of small stores lined up on the street as well as international food restaurants.






Photo by Ken Kua

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