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Ginza, the district of glamour and luxury

  • Aug 13, 2015
  • by Alina

Tourism Kanto

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Ginza is a world renowned high-class shopping, dining and entertainment district in Tokyo. Department stores, designer boutiques, restaurants and cafes, art galleries, theaters and cinemas are all here. Many leading fashion houses such as Chanel, Carolina Herrera, Dior, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Bulgari are located in Ginza, making it the area with the highest concentration of western shops in Tokyo, and one of the most luxurious shopping districts in the world.






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Ginza’s biggest department stores are Mitsukoshi, Matsuya, Printemps and Marronier Gate. Beside cosmetics, clothing, shoes and accessories, the stores also sell food on the basement floors. If you’re more interested in shopping for electronics, Apple store and Sony showroom are just a few blocks from each-other.

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The Bulgari Ginza Tower is home to the biggest Bulgari store in the world. The 10 stories high tower also hosts a restaurant and a roof terrace (surrounded by an Italian-style garden), which can be accessed by a separate elevator directly form the street.
(http://www.bulgarihotels.com/en-us/tokyo-osaka-restaurants/tokyo/directions-ginza)

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If you’re looking for a fancy dinner, Ginza offers many of Japan’s most exclusive ’ryotei’ (high-class traditional Japanese restaurant). Some of them cost up to ¥50,000 per person for a full course, and advanced reservation or sometimes introductions are required.

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Visitors can experience the world of kabuki by visiting the Kabukiza theater. It is the only theater in Japan that has shows every month.
Check http://www.kabuki-bito.jp/eng/contents/theatre/kabukiza.html for more information on shows and tickets.

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Each Saturday and Sunday, from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, people can walk freely on the main street (Chuo Dori), as it is closed to traffic.
For more information, check http://www.ginza.jp/en/.

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