Ginza shopping is centered on a 1 km stretch of Chuo-dori ("Central Avenue"), three streets running parallel west of Chuo-dori, and numerous elegant tree-lined little streets that connect them.Chuo-dori Avenue is pedestrian-only on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from noon until 5 pm (October - March) or 6 pm (April - September).
As well as regular stores, Ginza is also dotted with hundreds of small art galleries.
Ginza provides the "G Free" Ginza Free Wi Fi service for anyone visiting the area.
It’s frantic and exciting, a world away from the calm of nearby Ueno Park, but we wouldn’t have it any other way. Nakamise Market, or the Nakamise Shopping Street, is the narrow stretch between the outer and inner gates of Sensoji Temple in Asakusa.
As far as souvenir markets go, it’s up there with the best of them, with over 90 stalls and a history dating back to the 17th century.
Below, find an introduction to seven of our favorite Tokyo markets.
For some further reading, check out our guide to Tokyo’s premier flea markets as well.You’ll find Ameya-Yokocho between Ueno and Okachimachi stations, running parallel with the tracks of the Yamanote Line.It’s an old and always busy street market, once famous for selling candy, later as a den for the post-war black market.After you make a booking with us we will apply at the cafe for 3 reservation times, and a few days before the requested date will get the result of your application and let you know the exact time and place.Owl cafe takes reservations at the following time slots:-/ -/-/-/-/-/-/-Available every day for 1-hour visits.Today, the market is good for cheap clothes and accessories, fresh fish and vegetables, electronics, comic books and much more, all sold from the street-side stalls and small stores.