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You will be able to see more local stuff and experience the relax atmosphere. It will be great to visit during the weekday and explore the place. You will get to see what the local do during the day. A different look of Tokyo......
It's a pedestrianised street in a residential neighbourhood that has somehow acquired tourist appeal. So now, in addition to basic stuff like clothes and kitchenware which I assume are to serve residents' needs, the shops also sell arty items that seem to have more souvenir...More
Yanaka Ginza is a lovely small shopping street with a relaxed atmosphere and lots of interesting shops and great food to try. The main shopping street is not very long, but then take the time to wander the back streets to get e feel of...More
This is in an interesting section of town near the cemetery. It's a touristy shopping street with shops and cafes. Spend as long as you'd like depending on your interest. It is nothing out of the ordinary.
This is an old town of Tokyo, supposedly to have many cats.(We did not see any while we were there.) They have many lovely cats figurines on sale if you are keen on cats. There are takeaways food stores for brunch or lunch. There is...More
We had a fantastic time at Yanaka Ginza Shopping Street - this was definitely one of the highlights of our time in Tokyo. The street isn't very long, however there are plenty of small food stands to purchase cheap and tasty authentic Japanese street food....More
I read about the area and I was exited to go but did not want to make it a trip just for that. I decided to go while I was in the area and using the same train line. The best part of the experience...More
This shopping street is quite small but has a good range of shops selling a variety of goods to suit a whole range of budgets. Often nicknamed “Cat Street” (though I didn’t see any cats) a lot of the shops sell cat themed goods so...More
I got some good things here, a tea set and some japanese art. we are talking only 2 blocks of stores, nothing major with some good little restaurants and mom and pops shops, Which I was proud to support.
This street is just packed with great things to see, snack on and buy. It's off-the-beaten-track for tourists, which makes it all the more fun. Sit down at the small bar at the side of the street with a cup of sake and a few...More