Our Tourist Information Center is located right outside the Ueno Station Central Exit. Business hours are between 10:00 ~ 18:00.
Our services introduce nearby tourist information and restaurants surrounding the Ueno and Asakusa districts!
We also confirm availability in restaurants and make reservations on your behalf! In addition, our expert staff recommends lunch selections nearby, local foods, kids friendly restaurants ,vegetarian restaurants, etc., to meet your various requests!
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- Suggest restaurants
- Make a reservation
- Culture experience
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- Tourist Information
10:00am - 6:00pm *Closed: December 31, January 1
JR Ueno station » Exit Central Gate » Next to KIOSK
JR Ueno Station 1F, 7-1-1, Ueno, Taitou-ku, Tokyo, 110-0005
Ueno and Asakusa, City
Ueno offers many tourist sites, such as the Ameyoko shopping street and Ueno Park, etc. Tourists can shop, eat, and walk along at Ameyoko ; or dine at popular restaurants near Ueno Park, where lines of tourists are often seen on weekends. Ueno is the "birthplace of tonkatsu". Many tonkatsu restaurants are scattered across the district, competing against one another with their respective fastidious tonkatsu menu selections! Further, the overpass, referred to as "Guard-shita"(under-track) is lined with many economically priced and delicious pubs, lively with customers from daytime hours!
Asakusa is a downtown district representative of Japan. Annual events since the Edo Period (1603 - 1868) is still celebrated today. Asakusa is a historic district with many long-established restaurants serving soba, tempura, eel, and many other cuisines unique to Japan.
The Nakamise Shopping Street from Kaminarimon ("Thunder Gate") leading to the Sensoji Temple serves many street foods, such as baked "Ningyo-yaki" (dolls-shaped sponge caked filled with red bean paste) and "Age manju" (Deep fried buns filled with red bean paste), etc., posing difficulties in choosing what to eat!
Also, the "Hoppy Street" is lined with nostalgic pubs, also known as the "Stew Street." It may be fun to hop from one pub to the next to try each original stew dish!