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Things to Do in Ueno

Sights Overview
Name Category Location
Ame-ya Yoko-cho Market
The sprawling stalls have become especially...
Markets / Bazaars, Neighborhoods / Streets Ueno
Perched in the middle of Shinobazu Pond, this...
Religious Sites Ueno
In 1638 the second Tokugawa shogun, Hidetada,...
Religious Sites Ueno
Kannon Hall
This National Treasure was a part of Abbot...
Religious Sites Ueno
Nakata Shoten Okachimachi
This store probably has more shades of green than...
Stores / Malls Ueno
National Museum of Western Art
Along with castings from the original molds of...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
National Science Museum
The six buildings of the complex house everything...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
Roots Shakuhachi: The Bamboo Way
Once carried by itetarant Buddhist priests, the...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
SCAI the Bathhouse
A contemporary art gallery housed in a...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
Shinobazu Pond
When an inlet of Tokyo Bay receded around the...
Bodies of Water Ueno
Shitamachi Museum
Japanese society in the days of the Tokugawa...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
Shogitai Memorial
Time seems to heal wounds quickly in Japan. Only...
Memorials / Monuments Ueno
Statue of Takamori Saigo
As chief of staff of the Meiji Imperial army,...
Public Art (Mural / Sculpture / Statue) Ueno
Originally built around 1857 for Japanese...
Arts / Performance Venues Ueno
This is a curiosity in a neighborhood of...
Religious Sites Ueno
Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
By far the most ecclectic of Ueno's art museums...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
Tokyo National Museum
This complex of four buildings grouped around a...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
This shrine, built in 1627, is dedicated to...
Religious Sites Ueno
Ueno Royal Museum
Although the museum has no permanent...
Museums / Galleries Ueno
Ueno Zoo
The two main gardens of Japan's first zoo,...
Zoos / Aquariums Ueno


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