GINZA MARUNOUCHI AREA GUIDE

Ginza/Marunouchi is where Tokyo shopping is the best mix of traditional and new. Elegant ladies shopping the grand old houses mix with stylish young workers and culture mavens on streets lined with shops favored by tourists and locals alike! This town is for grown-ups - let’s shop Tokyo in sophisticated Ginza/Marunouchi style!

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Area Guide

Discover the local attractive sights while shopping!

  • Tokyo Sta. Marunouchi Gate
  • Double-decker tourist bus
  • Red-brick architecture Marunouchi
  • Young Clock Tower by Taro Okamoto, Yurakucho
  • Angel on a street corner, Ginza
  • Marunouchi Naka-dori Street
  • Restaurants under the train tracks
  • Carillon clock outside Marion,  Yurakucho

Pick of the Area

Galleries—the quintessence of Ginza

Ginza is a celebrated home of long-established galleries, quite a few of which are run by companies and brands. Shiseido Gallery, counting more than 90 years since its opening, is a pioneer. In recent years, an increasing number of galleries are opening within the stores of international high-end brands, such as Chanel Nexus Hall, which organizes performances by budding musicians (admission free; guests selected by drawing), and Maison Hermès, which operates a mini theater (by reservation). Check out the programs along with the products! (Photo left: Galerie Taménaga / Photo right: Ginza Graphic Gallery)

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TOURIST TIPS

Password-free WiFi: G Free

If you are strolling along Ginza-dori Street (1 to 8-chome) and Harumi-dori Street (between Sotobori-dori Street and the eastern side of Mitsukoshi), use the free WiFi service, G Free (@GinzaFree). Tourists can use this service without a password. Tell friends and family about your trip by email or on social networks while you enjoy the sights Ginza has to offer.

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