周辺観光

SPOT

Enjoy the Ginza Area to Your Fullest Delight.
Shop ‘Till You Drop at Department Stores, Antiquated Stores and Fashion Boutiques.
Savor the Gourmet at the Variety of Reasonably-Priced and High-End Restaurants.
Enjoy the Culture at the Kabuki Theater, Museums and Other Attractions.

買い物、グルメ

Shopping & Gourmet

Tokyu Plaza Ginza

(1-minute walk)Located at Sukiyabashi Crossing, this shopping mall has a variety of restaurants and retail stores for the general crowd.

Ginza Six

(4-minute walk)A shopping mall with many branded boutiques. Enjoy the many shops and restaurants.

Tokyo Midtown Hibiya

(5-minute walk)A complex with many retail stores, restaurants, movie theater and offices. A place for tourists and office workers.

Marronnier Gate Ginza

(6-minute walk)A three-building complex where you can enjoy shopping and cafes.

Yurakucho Marui

(7-minute walk)A shopping mall housing the latest fashion trends and interior ornaments. There is also a food court and pop-up stands.

Matsuya Ginza

(8-minute walk)A department store with a long history in Ginza. It is where fashion meets design and there are many unique select shops.

Mitsukoshi Ginza

(7-minute walk)A department store with a long history in Ginza. It meets all your needs with its selection of designer goods, interior goods, cosmetics, restaurants and others.

Ginza Wako Building

(6-minute walk)The landmark building of Ginza at the 4-chome intersection. This retailer is known for selling upscale goods and houses an art gallery.

Yurakucho Mullion

(5-minute walk)A shopping mall that offers high-end fashion and goods for the mature shopper.

Chuo Street

(4-minute walk)It is the main shopping street of Ginza. On weekends, traffic is closed on this street, allowing fora relaxing walk around the area.

Corridor-Gai

(1-minute walk)This bustling street is full of reasonably-priced bars and restaurants.

劇場、美術館、その他

THEATER, MUSEUMS & OTHERS

Kabuki Theater

(11-minute walk)Established in 1889, this traditional theater offers kabuki plays inviting you into the history and culture of Japan.

Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

(4-minute walk)This traditional theater with a long history offers Broadway-style productions of Western musicals with women playing all roles.

Imperial Palace

(13-minute walk)Formerly the Edo Castle, it has a scenic surrounding and is full of lush trees. With a perimeter of 5 km, it is perfect for an early morning jog.

Piccadilly Theater

(5-minute walk)Located inside Yurakucho Center Building, it is a movie theater complex run by Shochiku.

Tokyo International Forum

(9-minute walk)One of the main international convention centers of Tokyo.

Mitsuo Aida Museum
(9-minute walk)

Situated in the Tokyo International Forum, it displays the works from the famous poet and calligrapher, Mitsuo Aida. 9-minute walk.

Idemitsu Museum of Arts
(6-minute walk)

Opened in 1966, the museum displays historical artworks and antiques mostly from East Asia. 6-minute walk.