Going to Ueno Zoo, though not very big, gives people a good feeling. For example, when we go to see King Kong, the sign on the ground is the footprints of King Kong's hands and feet, so that people can see at a glance. Animals are also fed inside to reflect the real life habits of animals, such as owls eat mice. The zoo gives people a clean environment without obvious taste.
Ueno has a high cost performance ratio and it is very convenient for the airport to come over. Having been used to living in Shinjuku, you can try the Shangye area. It's very convenient to live one kilometer near the subway station. Zoos, museums and shopping malls are all available.
One of Tokyo's scenic spots for sightseeing and shopping is planned to go on a picnic at noon and take the Metro to Naruto Barbecue. After lunch, it's very convenient to get on the road. The opposite side is Amy Yongding, a high-end department store different from Ginza. It's more like a market where Tokyo people do business after World War II, such as clothes, shoes, cosmetics stores, snacks and other commodities. Yes, the prices are very close to the people. There are bars and snack restaurants on the street.
Most of the subway stations in Japan are very simple, most of the pillars are cement, and the platform is not decorated. The big pillars of Ueno Station are quite modern in design. The black and white zebra stripes are impressive, especially the red stripes and yellow large color patches on the ground. The walls were also framed with lamp ribbons. Passing commuters, as usual, are in a hurry, and no one enjoys it as much as I do. This is probably the meaning of traveling: from where you are bored to where others are bored.
Ueno is a city deputy center in the northeastern part of Tokyo, relying on Ueno Station to form a huge business circle. The JR station here takes into account the functions of going to Sendai and Hokkaido, so the scale and number of platforms are among the best. The special station next to Jingcheng is directly placed under Ueno Park. Along both sides of the railway, a station is lined with a variety of distinctive pharmacies and game rooms, which make life more distinct.