This museum re-creates life in the plebeian quarters of Tokyo during the Meiji and Taishō periods (1868-1926) through an exhibition of...
This unabashed shopping street is one of the few areas in which some of the rough-and-readiness of old Shitamachi still lingers. Step...
Saigō Takamori Statue
Near the southern entrance to the park is this unconventional statue of a samurai walking his dog. Saigō Takamori started out supporting...
Appreciate the prewar architecture of Ueno’s station building along with authentic Thai curries, fried rice, omelettes and noodle soups....
Lonely Planet review
Izu-ei specialises in unagi (eel), which you can take in one of two ways: either in a bentō (boxed lunch) that includes tempura and pickled vegetables; or (as unagi purists would always insist upon) charcoal-grilled, sauced and then laid on a bed of steamed rice.