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Ginza

Located in the Chuo district of Tokyo, Ginza is one of the most upscale parts of the city and is known as one of the most luxurious upmarket shopping districts on the planet. Ginza was established in the early 17th century and named after a silver coin mint, which is perfect because modern-day Ginza is a huge money-making area for some of the premier stores and boutiques in Tokyo. Visitors will see the elite of Japan walking around Ginza in an attempt to give their money to flagship stores like Apple and Chanel. ... Read more »

Ginza Top 3

  • Stroll along Ginza and stop at the likes of Louis Vuitton, Dior and Gucci while rubbing elbows with some of the wealthiest people in Tokyo.
  • Walk through the central shopping district and stop at Ginza Wako, which is one of the top department stores in Tokyo and also has a nice art gallery in Wako Hall on the sixth floor of this massive structure.
  • Stop in Tokyo’s top dramatic theatre, Kabuki-za, where visitors can enjoy Kabuki, which is one of the most famous and important dramatic art forms in Japan.

Getting There

People who are using the Tokyo Metro will have no problem getting to Ginza via one of the nearby stops, which include Ginza Station, Ginza itch-ome Station, as well as the Higashi-Ginza station. Tokyo is always crowded so it is best to use the efficient public transport rather than try to negotiate the traffic in a private car or an expensive taxi. Once in the Ginza area most people just walk around on foot, which is the best way to window shop and watch the fashion elite of Japan try to look cool.

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