Ginza is everything elegant and stylish; it’s the place for sophisticated Tokyoites. This retro modern precinct is home to the world’s leading brands. Cartier, Sony, Tiffany, Versace, Amardi, Gucci… the list goes on and on. The fashionable stroll down the broad footpaths of Ginza Dori and surrounding streets past the beautiful window displays, and shopping like no other place on earth.


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About Ginza

Ginza is Tokyo’s fashion capital, just as Fifth Avenue is to New York, or Bond Street is to London. It is home to many of…

Ginza Metro Station

Ginza Map

Below is a Map of Ginza with the major attractions numbered. Ginza is a rather large suburb with plenty of train services passing through it….

Ginza Shopping

Ginza Shopping

The name Ginza is synonymous with high end fashion; this may have something to do with the price of real estate in the area that…

Shinbashi Enbujo Theatre

Shinbashi Enbujo Theatre

The Shinbashi Enbujo theatre is a large theatre in Tokyo’s Ginza district. The theatre and is located a few blocks south of Ginza’s more famous…

Ginza Apple Store

The Apple Store – Ginza

Apple is one of the world leaders in technological innovation. Their products and have become as much as a fashion accessory as a piece of…

Tokyo Nissan Gallery

The Nissan Gallery

The Ginza 4 Chome intersection is home to the Nissan head office and gallery. Nissan is the second largest automotive manufacturer, after Toyota and in…

The Sony Building

The Sony Building – Ginza

First opening in 1966, the Sony Building attracts around 5.5 million visitors through its doors every year. The Sony building is a seven story showcase…

Tsukiji fishmarket

Tsukiji Fishmarket

The Tsukiji Fish Market is the largest fish market in Japan. Tsukiji sells more than 670,000 ton or 500 billion yen of seafood a year….

Kabuki-za Theatre

Kabuki-za Theatre

The Kabuki-za theater in Ginza is the leading home of the traditional form of Japanese theater, known as Kabuki. Kabuki was first performed in the…


Other Ginza Highlights

The suburb of Ginza is well known as Japan’s fashion capital, but there are also plenty of other fascinating things to see here, once you…