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Nippori is known as a district for those who love to pursue hobbies as a pastime. Fabric Street is one of the main draws, and is easily reached from public transportation. The Nippori Station is in the middle of the Nippori district of Arakawa, Tokyo in Japan. Although it is not as busy as the other stations in the area, it is one of the most beautiful. After dark, this is the best place to see Mount Fuji. Maybe that is why they named it Nippori because it means “where the sun sets.” It is actually one of the largest but the least populated stations in Tokyo, making it one of the best for tourists, so they do not have to deal with the crowds.
Inside the terminal, you can enjoy shopping, eating, and just people-watching while waiting for your train. And just outside the station, there are hundreds of places to enjoy, like museums, parks, galleries, and shopping centers. Open-air markets and street vendors are abundant in and around Nippori, making it easy to grab some cool souvenirs while you are in town.
Some of the most popular attractions in the Nippori district include the huge shopping malls and centers where you can find hundreds of shops, large and small. With name brands you will recognize and local artisan craft stalls and kiosks, there is a little bit of everything to choose from.
Fun Fact: The area around Nippori Station has hundreds of places you can buy cat items, and you will see quite a few real ones running around as well since cats are so popular there.
Whether you just have a couple of hours or a couple of days, you can find so much to do in Nippori, you will need to plan another trip so you can see it all. Here are some of our favorite must-see places in and around Nippori.
Have a beer and enjoy some food from all over at Sakura Café Nippori behind Sakura House on Sendagi
Buy some textiles in the world’s largest textile market on Fabric Street
Get a selfie with the Buddhas at the Tennoji Temple on Yanaka
Visit the Yanesen Tourist Center on Yanaka near the Tennoji Temple
Take a boat ride in a tunnel of cherry blossom trees in Chidorigafuchi Green Way on Kudanminami
Go see the beauty inside the Teramachi Art Museum on Yanaka
Walk along the burial grounds of 15 Tokugawa Shoguns at Yanaka Cemetery just outside the station
Learn about the history of calligraphy at the Calligraphy Museum on Negishi
JR East Lines JK, JY, and JJ
Keisei Electric Railway Main Line
Toei Nippori-Toneri Liner
If you are a local coming from work or a traveler visiting from far away, nobody wants to lug their luggage around. We know the feeling because we travel often, which is what gave us the idea of Bounce. We have teamed up with companies world-over who will keep your bags safe for you while you enjoy the town.
Nippori has lots of fun and interesting places to visit, food to eat, and items to buy. Whether you are interested in learning more about the culture, trying out the local cuisine, or just want to chill out with a beer, you won’t have to go far. Right outside Nippori Station, you will find a whole city of attractions, shopping, and dining to choose from.
Luggage Storage Near Asakura Museum of Sculpture
Just outside the west exit from the station on Yanaka Street, the Asakura Museum of Sculpture is a fantastic place to see some of the best of Fumio Asakura’s greatest works of art. Not only can you see his bronze sculptures, but you can also find his extensive library with pottery, paintings, and gardens. The three-story building used to be the home of Asakura as well as his studio. Asakura was a cat lover, and you will see many life-sized bronze cats in the museum. The courtyard has been recognized as a National Site of Scenic Beauty. You can take a guided tour or guide yourself through the massive studio. But be aware that you will have to take off your shoes, so make sure there are no holes in your socks. No cameras are allowed either, so you will just have your memories to take with you. Leave your things with one of our partners on the way.
Luggage Storage Near the Sensoji Buddhist Temple
Less than 15 minutes away in Asakusa, the Sensoji Buddhist Temple has been a place to worship since 628 BC. As Tokyo’s oldest temple, it has become a popular place to go no matter who you are. In fact, the area surrounding the temple is known as a major shopping market for locals as well as tourists. You can buy some really unique things there, such as Buddhist scrolls, kimonos, and Godzilla toys. There are several buildings to visit as well. See Kannondo Hall with its miniature temple, Yogoda Hall that has eight Buddhas, Awashimado Hall that enshrines Awashima Myojin, and the Five-Storied Pagoda, built in 942 by Taira no Kinmasa. The garden of Demboin has several walking paths around the main pond, built by Enshu Kobori during the Edo Period from 1603 to 1868. Be sure to drop off your belongings at one of our nearby Bounce locations before going because they are not allowed.
Luggage Storage Near Ueno Park
Less than two miles from the station, Ueno Park is so large that it has a zoo, five museums, and several shrines. There is also a beautiful pond where you can rent a boat or just take a walk around the water. The museums are major hot spots. The National Museum of Nature and Science has hundreds of artifacts and over a dozen permanent exhibits with dinosaurs, insects, tools, and more. They even have a Theater 360 that boasts a spherical 3D movie experience. The Ueno Royal Museum and National Museum of Western Art are also quite popular. The Ueno Zoo has over 450 species and 2,600 animals to see. From the aardvark to the zebra, you can see all sorts of wildlife here. Be sure to visit the Panda Bridge and the Shinobazu No Ike Bentendo Temple, where you can get some awesome selfies. Just don’t forget your camera in your bags when you drop them off with our Bounce partner nearby.
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The price for luggage storage near Nippori is just ¥600/bag for the entire day.
Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage near Nippori.
Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Nippori area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Nippori and in the broader Tokyo area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.