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Produced by Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garcons, this fashion concept store, founded in 2012 under ‘Beautiful Chaos,’ houses six floors adorned with global brand items and emerging Japanese labels.
ITO-YA, identified by its giant red paper clip, is a stationery shop where each floor is brimming with unique stationery items including notebooks, small leather goods, and greeting cards.
Bringing together high-end shopping and world-class culture, GINZA SIX is a modern-day reinterpretation of Tokyo’s most historic commercial district, Ginza. The basement houses a Noh theater.
The Kabukiza Theater in Ginza dates back to 1889 and stands as an icon of the area, offering an immersive experience into one of Japan’s most vibrant and captivating traditional art forms.
Kyukyodo, an esteemed specialty store founded in 1663 renowned for its wide array of high-quality and practical Japanese products, offers incense, calligraphy supplies, and Japanese paper goods.
This Theater was built in 1925 and originally planned as a space to present the dance performances of the local geisha. Today you can see performances including drama, kabuki and traditional dance.
One of the first Western-style restaurants in Japan, Shiseido Parlour, opened in 1902 serving omelette rice and croquettes. Their original menu includes the chef’s tableside-flambéed special curry rice featuring lobster and abalone.
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Tsukiji, once home to one of the world’s most renowned fish markets, now hosts the Tsukiji Outer Market, bustling with a community of merchants and food suppliers, sustaining its vibrant business.
A popular diner located in an alley in Ginza 1-chome. In business for over 50 years, the interior has a rich mood of Showa Era. The owner, who was born in 1935, continues to visit the market every morning even after it has moved from Tsukiji to Toyosu.
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Since its 1993 inception, this renowned Ginza bar has nurtured three of Japan’s top bartenders. The architect-designed interior creates a distinctive and artistic ambiance within the space.
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Tokyo Gallery + BTAP, founded in 1950, is the first contemporary art gallery in Tokyo. It champions Asian contemporary art, spotlighting Japan, China, and Korea on a global scale.
Gallery Koyanagi is a long-standing gallery, founded in Ginza in 1995. The exhibition features domestic and international contemporary artists such as Hiroshi Sugimoto, Sophie Calle, and more.
Opened in May 2022, FEELSEEN is a lifestyle store featuring a variety of interior design, fashion, and art concepts on 1st-3rd floors. The 4th floor is dedicated to a gallery and art space.
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Guided by the motto ‘a new kimono store for a new era,’ GINZA MOTOJI Otokonokimono specializes in men’s kimono designs, the first of its kind in Japan, tailored for diverse needs in the modern cityscape. Adjacent on the street, GINZA MOTOJI offers women’s kimono as well.
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This authentic bar is owned by Hisashi Kishi, who came into the limelight in 1996 when he was crowned World Champion of the International Bar Association at the young age of 31.
This bar specializes in domestic liquors like sake, shochu, whiskey, and spirits, and celebrates the unique terroirs of different regions of Japan to craft inventive cocktails.
Ginza Kimuraya is the oldest bakery in Japan, known as the birthplace of anpan (sweet red bean bun). The store has been located near the Ginza 4-chome intersection for over 140 years.