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.
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.
（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.
（7-minute walk）A shopping mall housing the latest fashion trends and interior ornaments. There is also a food court and pop-up stands.
（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.
（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.
（5-minute walk）A shopping mall that offers high-end fashion and goods for the mature shopper.
（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.
（1-minute walk）This bustling street is full of reasonably-priced bars and restaurants.
THEATER, MUSEUMS & OTHERS
（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.
（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.
（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
Situated in the Tokyo International Forum, it displays the works from the famous poet and calligrapher, Mitsuo Aida.
Idemitsu Museum of Arts
Opened in 1966, the museum displays historical artworks and antiques mostly from East Asia.