Ameya-Yokochō is an open-air market in the Taito Ward of Tokyo, Japan, located next to Ueno Station
The market is approximately 164,227 square feet in area, starting just behind the Yodobashi Camera building and following the Yamanote Line south until the Komuro building.
The name ameyayokocho means “candy shop alley”. However in present day it is referred to simply as ameyoko . The market is home to over one hundred and eighty one shops,which sell products ranging from fresh food and fish to clothing and time pieces.

Ameya-Yokocho, Tokyo, Japan

JR東日本・御徒町駅 – 上野駅間の山手線の高架橋西側と高架下に沿った長に伸びる商店街で,「アメ横」との愛称で呼ばれています。

Ameya - Yokocho / アメヤ横丁

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Ameya - Yokocho / アメヤ横丁 35.711286, 139.774610 露店がひしめくアメヤ横丁 / Ameya-Yokocho – many stalls on the alleys.日本東京都上野4丁目10−10 アメヤ横丁問屋街 (Directions)
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