Ginza Ginza


Ginza, often hailed as the “Fashion Capital of Tokyo,” is a must-visit for any shopaholic touring the city. The district is the epitome of sophistication and modernity, brimming with high-end boutiques, designer stores, and some of the city’s most esteemed restaurants and cafes. Shopping in Tokyo would not be complete without a stroll down its iconic streets, showcasing a mesmerizing blend of tradition and contemporary style. From the luxurious shops in Ginza Six to the charming Showa-era streets in Ginza back alleys, the neighborhood offers a shopping experience that encapsulates the elegance and diverse allure of Tokyo.


By Train:

  • From Tokyo Station: Ginza is just a quick hop away from Tokyo Station. You can take the Marunouchi Line directly to Ginza Station. The journey is roughly 3 minutes and costs 170 JPY.
  • From Shinjuku Station: Take the JR Yamanote Line to Yurakucho Station. From there, Ginza is just a short 5-minute walk. The journey takes approximately 20 minutes and costs 200 JPY.

By Subway:

  • From Shibuya: You can take the Ginza Line directly from Shibuya Station to Ginza Station. The journey takes around 15 minutes and costs 200 JPY.

Please note that these are estimated costs and travel times and may vary depending on the exact time of travel.



Tokyu Plaza Ginza

Tokyu Plaza Ginza is a modern department store featuring Japanese Traditional Glass cutting of Kiriko and more branded shops!

Ginza Mitsukoshi

Ginza Mitsukoshi is the icon of ginza well known for luxury fashion shopping as well as its history and start of department boom in Japan.

Ginza SIX

If you are up for brands shopping in Tokyo, Ginza Six is the shopping complex you must visit with many international brands available.

Kabukiza Ginza

Kabukiza is a place for Japanese traditional stand up comedy of Kabuki. Come here to experience the comedy by yourself.

Nihombashi Bridge

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