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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Department Store / Commercial Complex

Ginza Mitsukoshi Department Store

Department store in central Ginza representing the latest from Tokyo and around the world. Tenants include Tokyo-based fashion labels and well-known cosmetics brands. The confectionery floor, offering new Japanese and Western sweets year round including exclusive products, is an ideal destination for searching for gifts.

  • 4-6-16 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta. / Ginza-itchome Sta. / Yurakucho Sta.
  • 10:30-20:00
    9F・11F・12F restaurants and cafes 11:00-23:00
  • No scheduled closes

Hankyu Menʼs Tokyo

This is a store dedicated to successful men. It offers from fashion to beauty and café. The selection of carefully chosen luxury products is the best in Tokyo. Visitors from abroad can get a 5% discount coupon for guests at the Information counter on the 1st floor by presenting their passport.

  • 2-5-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku
  • Yurakucho Sta. / Ginza Sta.
  • Mon., Tue.: 12:00-20:00, Wed.-Fri.: 12:00-21:00
    Sat.: 11:00-21:00, Sun. and holidays: 11:00-20:00
    * The Refresh Court on 8F opens at 11:00 every day
  • No scheduled closes


Standing by the Tokyo Station, this new commercial facility is packed with about 100 shops, full of variety. Inside, a lifestyle shop "Nakagawa Masashichi Shoten" or else, you can feel the attitudes towards the Japanese craftsmanship based on apprenticeship. Enjoy the restaurant as well.

* Phone interpretation services
  • 2-7-2 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
  • Tokyo Sta.
  • Mon.-Sat.: 11:00-21:00 (restaurants: 11:00-23:00)
    Sun. and holidays: 11:00-20:00 (restaurants: 11:00-22:00)
    * May vary by store
  • Closed on January 1st and statutory inspection dates

Marunouchi Brick Square

The commercial complex of elegant red brick buildings houses well-known retailers of sophisticated fashion, homeware, and food. Also home to the lush green Ichigokan Square, a water fountain, and Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, a faithful reproduction of Marunouchi's first office building, this is an oasis in the business district.

* Foreign language-speaking staff; credit card accepted
UnionPay card accepted; duty free (varies by tenant)
  • 2-6-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
  • Nijubashimae Station
  • Mon.-Sat.: 11:00-21:00 (Restaurants 11:00-23:00)
    Sun. and holidays: 11:00-20:00 (Restaurants 11:00-22:00)
    * May vary by store
  • No scheduled closes
    (except for legal inspection days)

Matsuya Ginza Department Store

Department store in the center of the Ginza 2-chome and 3-chome area home to the flagship stores of first-rate foreign brands. Carries an extensive line-up of women's shoes, handbags, and accessories. The B1F confectionery section offers a range of Japanese and Western sweets that make ideal gifts.

  • 3-6-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta. / Ginza-itchome Sta.
  • 10:00-20:00
  • No scheduled closes

Takashimaya Nihombashi Store

The prestigious department store blending Japanese and Western style architecture, built in 1933, is designated an Important Cultural Property of Japan. Cherished by both faithful customers and workers in neighboring office buildings, this is an iconic shopping destination of Nihombashi.

  • 2-4-1 Nihombashi, Chuo-ku
  • Tokyo Sta. / Nihombashi Sta.
  • 10:30-19:30 (Restaurants 11:00-21:30)
  • No scheduled closes


Issey Miyake Ginza

The complex of two buildings, Omote and Ura, stocks multiple lines of the Issey Miyake brand. It conveys the joy of monozukuri, or making things, in the district of Ginza fusing tradition with innovation.

    4-4-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • URA
    4-3-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta.
  • 11:00-20:00
  • No scheduled closes

Ginza Kanameya

This store selling kimono accessories was established in 1934 and celebrated its 80th anniversary in 2014. It has the best range in the district of Kanzashi hair combs and accessories, ranging from casual designs to the gorgeous designs preferred in Ginza. Discover the playfulness, enjoyment and freshness of Japanese attire in the modern era.

  • 8-7-18 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta. / Shimbashi Sta
  • Mon.-Fri.: 11:00-21:30
    Sat.: 12:00-19:00
  • Closed on Sun. and holidays


Mikimoto, without a doubt, is a world-class jeweler, representing Japan, renowned as the founder of cultured pearls. More than a hundred years of their activities, their popularity has widely been spread all over the world. If you want some, quality and class are here

  • 4-5-5 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta.
  • 11:00-19:00
  • No scheduled closes

Interior / Products

Akomeya Tokyo

This lifestyle shop is all in all for rice and rice relatives only. Sake, foodstuff, tableware, anything that relates to rice in classic and modern styles. You can enjoy eating them in the restaurant. They've got rice cooked in an earthenware pot.

  • 2-2-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza-itchome Sta. / Yurakucho Sta.
    Ginza Sta.
  • Mon.-Thu.:11:00-20:00
    Fri. before holiday: 11:00-21:00
  • No scheduled closes

Bic Camera Yurakucho Store

This electronics store boasts the largest sales area and product selection in Japan and offers everything from cameras, watches, computers and household appliances to toys, daily necessities and sporting goods cheaper than you will find them anywhere else. Many sales assistants speak a foreign language.

  • 1-11-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku
  • Yurakucho Sta.
  • 10:00-22:00
  • Open throughout the year

Ginza Natsuno

About 2,500 types of chopsticks from everywhere in the country, and they're all from "Real" materials. The easiest way to find "The Japan" at your hand, and one last thing to add is a chopstick rest to feel even more familiar.

  • 6-7-4 Ginza, Chuo-ku (Main store)
  • Ginza Sta.
  • Mon.-Sat.: 10:00-20:00
    Sun. and holidays: 10:00-19:00
  • Closed on January 1st

Ginza Itoya

Itoya was founded in 1904. It has a wide collection of imported, original and Japanese stationery supplies. Whether you’re looking for everyday use items or something special, be sure to visit itoya, where the products are as stylish and functional.

  • 2-7-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Mon.-Sat.: 10:00-20:00
    Sun. and holidays: 10:00-19:00
  • Open throughout the year

Laox Ginza Main Store

This store sells household appliances, cameras, luxury watches, cosmetics, snack foods, and other popular, domestic products. It especially prides itself on having the best selection of Nambu ironware in Japan, a definite highlight. The full-time multilingual concierge provides information about the store and tourist sights in Ginza and Tokyo.

  • 7-9-17 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta.
  • 10:00-20:00
  • Open throughout the year

Oedo Antique Market

This market, the largest antique market in Japan, has as many as 250 stores, which stock an extensive range of antiques from Japan and around the world. The multilingual volunteer guides are popular with foreign tourists as they shop in this chic, cosmopolitan market.

  • Tokyo International Forum Ground-level Plaza
    3-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
  • Yurakucho Sta. / Tokyo Sta.
  • 9:00-16:00 (1st and 3rd Sun.)
    * Schedule may change Closed in case of rain

Shirokiya Denbe

This store has specialized in Edo brooms since 1830.The artisans use traditional techniques to make brooms which people “will want to recommend to others.” The brooms are the ultimate in ease of use and can be used on not only tatami mats but also carpet, wooden floors, and other kinds of flooring.

  • 3-9-8 Kyobashi, Chuo-ku
  • Kyobashi Sta. / Takaracho Sta.
  • Mon.-Sat: 10:00-19:00
  • Closed on Sun. and holidays

Café & Restaurant

Ginza Kimuraya

This store was established in 1869 by former-samurai Kimura Yasubei at a time when Japan was opening up to the West. The Sakura-anpan, a sweet jam bun that was also purveyed to the Emperor Meiji, is still a Ginza delicacy. The Ginza head store also houses a bakery, restaurant and café..

  • 4-5-7 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta.
  • 10:00-21:00
  • Closed on December 31st and January 1st

Marunouchi Naka-dori

The attractive stone-paved, tree-lined avenue is both a business and a shopping district. Stylish businesspeople strut amid—and at times stop by for leisure at—the flagship stores of high-end brands, commercial complexes, and smart restaurants and cafes,

* Foreign language-speaking staff
credit card accepted
UnionPay card accepted
duty free (varies by tenant)
  • Tokyo Sta.

Shiseido Parlour Salon de café Ginza Tokyo

Enjoy a luxurious break in this long-established, Ginza café that makes you feel like you've slipped back in time to when Japan was opening up to the West. Shiseido Parlour's original soda water quenches your thirst and refreshes your mind.

  • 3F Tokyo Ginza Shiseido Building
    8-8-3 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta. / Shimbashi Sta.
  • Tue.-Sat.: 11:30-L.O.20:30
    Sun. and holidays: 11:30-L.O.19:30
  • Closed on Mon.
    (Open on national holidays)


This is the first concept shop of "Toraya," about a 5 centuries old traditional Japanese confectionery. "Toraya" is frequently used for a gift as the taste and design are so good. In the shop, you can taste the original sweets and food as well as buy the original package Yokan.

  • The Tokyo Station Hotel 2F, 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku
  • Tokyo Sta.
  • Mon.-Sat., day before holiday: 10:00-21:00
    Sun. and holidays: 10:00-20:00
    * L.O. for café: 30min before closing time
  • No scheduled closes

Uogashi Meicha

If you are, a tea-holic, this is a must-come spot, a tea shop with café in modern Japanese style on 2F-3F. It costs you only 600 yen or a little bit more. For those want to bring some to your friends, simply go to 1F where you have a choice from more than 30 types of Japanese tea.

* Credit card accepted
UnionPay card accepted
(for purchases of 5,000 yen or more)
  • 5-5-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta.
  • 1F 11:00–18:00
    2F 12:00–17:00
  • Closed Mondays
    (Sundays and Mondays starting in 2018)

Yurakucho Sanchoku Inshokugai Bunkayokocho

The yokocho alley under the elevated railway tracks is home to a string of izakaya pubs essential to nighlife in Japan. Just enjoy fishes, meats, the folksy chaotic style in supposedly one of the richest cities. See another face of Tokyo, tourists and foreign residents are all welcome.

  • International arcade, 2-1-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku
  • Yurakucho Sta. / Ginza sta. / Hibiya sta.
  • May vary by store
    (Almost all shops are open 24h)
  • Open throughout the year

Zakuro Ginza

Enjoy BBQ in Japanese style in the traditional Japanese restaurant founded in 1955. Try "Shabu-shabu" and "Sukiyaki" in folk artistic relaxing space. Lunch starts from 2,500yen (tax. excl.). English menu is there as well

  • B1F Ginza-Sanwa Building, 4-6-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku
  • Ginza Sta.
  • Mon.-Fri.: 11:30-L.O.14:30, 17:00-L.O.21:00
    Sat., Sun., and holidays: 11:30-L.O.15:30, 17:00-L.O.21:00
  • Closed on year-end and New Yearʼs holidays