We started at the south entry of the Ameyoko street market. This end seemed to have more clothing stores.
The Ameyoko market is not necessarily a place where tourists visit, but a local neighbourhood where people live and shop.
A weekend — after the ISSS meeting, and before the Rendez meeting — provided a few additional days for sightseeing. G.A. hadn’t had much of a chance to see Tokyo. We went up to Ameyoko — up near Ueno Station — to stroll through the street market. We found a fish-and-rice restaurant where English isn’t spoken, and had to point at photographs on the menu.