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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

Photo provided by the Tokyo Zoological Park Society

  • Ueno Station, etc
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ikenohata-Nichōme
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Japan’s oldest zoo opened in 1882. The park is divided into east and west sections where visitors can travel back and forth on foot and monorail (for a fee). It is home to giant panda, polar bears, Aye-aye, and other rare animals from around the world. Also located on the park grounds are historical buildings such as a Five-story Pagoda of the former Kan'ei-ji temple (a national important cultural property), and a natural pond called "Shinobazu Pond".

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ueno-Kōen-Yamashita
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This Red Dot Design Award-winning location hosts regular exhibitions of Nagahama's cultural assets, Kannon statues, as an introduction to Japanese culture.

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A free original gift.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ueno-Kōen-Yamashita
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Established in 1877, it consists of two buildings-the Japan Gallery (as an important cultural property) and the Global Gallery, and contains a wide variety of exhibits related to nature and science from dinosaur fossils, animal specimens to astronomical telescopes.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

©The National Museum of Western Art

  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ueno-Kōen-Yamashita
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Designated as a World Cultural Heritage site in July 2016 as the only national museum specializing in Western art, you will find an extensive collection of world-famous impressionist artworks and much more. The main building was designed by Le Corbusier.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Ueno-Kōen-Yamashita
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Situated on the premises of Ueno Park, this private museum offers special exhibitions in a broad range of genres. The museum has built a reputation as a domestic and international hub of art.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Suehirocho Station, etc
  • Iwamotocho Station
  • Akihabara Sta.
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Located adjacent to Akihabara Station, Akihabara UDX is home to a variety of restaurants. Akihabara UDX features restaurants serving traditional Japanese dishes to a café and grocery store.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Ueno Station
  • Ueno Sta.
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Commercial facilities such as cafés, a drug store, and take-out restaurants located inside the ticket gates of Ueno station, Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

Photo : Courtesy of The Tokyo Metropolitan Park Association

  • Yushima Station, etc
  • Ueno-okachimachi Station
  • Yushima-Sanchōme, etc
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The main residence of the Iwasaki family, who founded the Mitsubishi Zaibatsu, one of Japan’s three major financial cliques. Visitors can catch a glimpse of the family’s resplendent lifestyle from the splendid Western-style residence and garden.

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

  • Nezu Station, etc
  • Yayoi-Nichōme,etc
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The Yayoi Museum is dedicated to published art pieces from the Taisho and Showa era. The Takehisa Yumeji Museum is home to the works of Yumeji Takehisa, a painter of the romances of the Taisho period. Special exhibitions are held every three months (four times a year.)

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Ueno, Asakusa, Akihabara Area

©JFA

  • Ochanomizu Station, etc
  • Hongo-sanchome Station
  • Juntendō-Byōin, etc
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Established to commemorate the opening of the Japan-South Korea FIFA World Cup, the museum exhibits videos and commemorative objects that trace the history of soccer in Japan and the brilliant achievements of the teams.

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