Ameyoko Market is Located between Ueno station and Okachimachi Station, can 5 minutes walk from Ueno Station and 5 minutes walk from Okachimachi Station. After check in at the hotel where we were staying, We walked across the bridge to the Ameyoko market. Today 9 March 2015 is still early morning so the shops are just starting to open.
Last time this area was sell, snacks and candy, desserts and the Japanese call these candy store “Ameya Yokocho” is the origin of the name Ameyoko Market. Here are the various types of cosmetic bags, shoes, clothes from Japan and imported. The majority will be cheaper than the mall, some shops maybe the price down further if you asked, seafood, fruits, vegetables, dessert snacks such as takoyaki mochi cakes, chocolate, ice cream and any drinks. And the Japanese restaurant like ramen, sushi, various fish with rice. The market area has several large alley with basement, Most shops are open around 10 or 11 o’clock in the morning until the evening, and will close on Wednesday.
This shop is the rice with fish on top is interesting. Affordable starting at 500 Yen, tea from rye berries free. The restaurant is a small area and narrow, order to the employees and paid money get a No. cue and wait staff to serve as a cue card that we received.
Silk dessert 1,000 yen, Made from honey Then pull a line mixed with white flour, pull to pull over till to the fuzzy line like the silk and cut for put sesame – black beans, sugar and more. he is explain to us in English and some time him saying in Thai and I have to ask “why you can say Thai?” He say “I loves the city of Thailand, I love songs, like Thai singer is Pee Bird Thongchai”. I notice this shop as a popular, I can see lots photos of the super star and items that had been filmed, mounted on the back of the shop.
Fruit skewers, the price on the label, strawberry 200 Yen, pineapple 100 Yen,cantaloupe (orange) 200 Yen, cantaloupe (green) 100 Yen. Banana both comb is start at over 500 Yen. or 2 result for 100 Yen.
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