【Opening Hours】Open 24 hours a day 12 minutes on foot
【Opening Hours】9:00 to 21:00 18 minutes walk
Spots around Ueno Station
Ueno Park Shinobazu Pond
Ueno Zoological Gardens
18 minutes walk
Tokyo National Museum/The National Museum of Western Art/Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum
25 minutes on foot
Matsuzakaya Ueno Store
23 minutes on foot
Japan Karate Association
35 minutes walk
Other Tokyo Attractions
10 minutes from Suehirocho Station to Asakusa Asakusa Station on the Ginza Ginza Line
It is the center of "Old Tokyo". Asakusa Kannon is one of the oldest temples in Tokyo, and there are many specialty shops within the grounds. Here you can buy Japanese paper, delicate folding fans, clogs, kimonos and obis, lacquerware and many other traditional Japanese crafts.
10 minutes from Suehirocho Station to Ginza Station by subway Ginza Line
Ginza is a world-famous shopping district. The area is lined with modern department stores, traditional Japanese shops and a wide variety of restaurants and bars.
11 minutes from Ochanomizu Station to Shinjuku Station by JR Chuo Line rapid train
Shinjuku is a popular downtown area that represents Tokyo and is home to the world-famous Kabukicho. There are many department stores, huge electronics stores, and fashion buildings, making it ideal for shopping. With a short walk, you can enjoy a new side of lush greenery.
25 minutes from Suehirocho Station to Shibuya Station by subway Ginza Line
Shibuya, famous for its scramble crossing, is known by people around the world as the epicenter of Japanese youth's music and fashion styles. In addition to youth culture, Shibuya is also a place where you can enjoy art such as museums and art.