It is a shopping district loved by common people in Tokyo.There are lots of attractive shops, and there are many people who come to walk for a long distance.It is not as crowded as Asakusa.Shops of Mentikatsu and shops where you can drink alcohol and coffee are enriched, too.There is also a unique grocery store.It is a town where you can feel what kind of people in Tokyo are living ordinary people.
Absolutely fell in love with this little neighbourhood! There’s a small shop that sells traditional handmade candy and crackers, the owners are just lovely! They were so friendly! This entire street offers food, souvenirs and lots more. Love the old town ambience.
If you have time, I recommend visiting. I bet you’ve never seen something like this. The fake food was incredible – seems real, even if you look closer. It’s also near Asakusa, so you can do both in one session.
時間があれば、ぜひ訪れてみてください。あなたが出会ったことのないものがそこにあるでしょう。なかでも、食品サンプルは素晴らしかったです。間近で見ると本物そっくり。浅草にも近いので、両方楽しめます。 Vera Vさんの口コミ
This is a really fun experience where you get to cook your own meal on a hot plate. It’s very hot, so I wouldn’t recommend it for a family with children under middle school age, but it was great entertainment, and we all ate until we were satisfied.
Its a good place to try monjyaki and okonomiyaki. There is also a shop that sells Japanese clogs but each pair costs at least 1000 Yen. Besides that, the freshly baked melon pan is great. There is also a place to buy freshly roasted coffee beans.
A couple of alley ways of interesting shops, restaurants and small stalls selling all sorts of things, from snacks, to clothes, socks, bags, shoes, etc. Its an interesting environment, and quite large (stretches over a couple of streets and side alleys). Plenty to see and taste. Recommended if you want an alternative to department store shopping.
There were 2 big tidbits shops in the middle of the street. We bought all the Japanese snacks here. Pistachio nuts/ cheesecake kit kit/ jelly drink/ pocky can all be bought here. Highly recommended to walk these streets.
You can literally skip one meal just by tasting different sea products at this market. for free :)Everything there is fresh or just cooked so this is the best place to experiment with stuff you’ve never tasted.
This market place is just outside the Tsukiji Market! Lots and lots of people when we went! There is a famous sushi/sashimi shop in this area too i think! Remember walking past it! Lots of stuff to see and to buy.
Went in there expecting some small purchases, went up to the higher floors, walked out of this place with multiple big purchases. For those who love to hunt for pre
loved anime goods, if you take your time to comb through everything, most definitely you could walk away with some good finds.
LOTS of stores, restaurants and shops all clustered together on a looong street with many more places off on the side streets! You can pretty much get everything you want or need all in this one area! And it’s completely covered, so it’s very nice for a rainy day!