Shinuguisutei near JR Ueno station

Ultimate Dish : Uguisu_Dango

Restaurant : Shinuguisutei

 

Recommendation :

In the early April, we strongly recommend you to visit Ueno park to see the Sakura (cherry blossoms) that last only few days.  In fact, Ueno park is one of the most popular spots to see cherry blossoms in Tokyo.  You can also see the unique part of Japanese culture of how people enjoy the Hanami parties while having sweets and drinks under the beautiful sakura trees.  
 
If you ever had a chance to visit this park, we recommend you to visit "Shin Uguisutei" cafe and have Uguisu-Dango (three different colors of dumpling).  While having those delicious sweets, try to sense the soft breeze of the spring that will come soon.  There is a old Japanese saying "Hana yori Dango ("dumplings rather than flowers"; That means bread is better than the songs of birds)".  But we are sure you can enjoy both in Ueno park! 

 

Phone : 03-3821-6306

Address : 9-86, Uenokouen, Taitou-ku, Tokyo

Nearest Station : It is 450m from JR Ueno Station

Open Hour : 10:00-17:00

Close : On Monday

Price : [Dinner] ... 999 yen [Lunch] - 999 yen

Credit Card : N.A

Seats : 48 seats

English Menu: Available

Total distance: 450m, 5mins (on foot)

・Starting Point :JR Ueno Station Park Entrance

・Steps to follow : 1 - 6

 

1. We guide you from JR Ueno station's Park Entrance today.

 

If you don't know where it is, feel free to ask anyone around you! Or you can show this to them that says "Could you please take me to JR Ueno station park entrance" in Japanese. 

 

「JR上野駅の公園口まで連れて行ってください (JR Ueno Eki no Kouen-Guchi made tsurete itte kudasai)。」

 

 


2. When you come out from Park-Entrance, you will see this intersection.

 

Cross the street and go diagonally to the right.

3. In front of the station, there is " Tokyo-Bunka-Kaikan".

Passing Tokyo-Bunka-Kaikan on your left, go straight ahead for about 400 meters until you find Ueno-Zoo.

4. Going straight forward, you will come to the entrance of Ueno-Zoo. Turn LEFT here.

5. After you turned left, you can already see Shinuguisutei.

6. Goal! This is how "Shinuguisutei" looks like. Enjoy the traditional Japanese sweets!!

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