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Ginza - Shopping

Ginza is reputedly the most expensive place to shop in Japan. Famous departments stores include Mitsukoshi, Matsuya, Matsuzakaya, Wako as well as Yurakucho’s Seibu and Hankyu. The building of Wako served as the headquarters for the American troops during the postwar occupation.

Most of the world’s famous fashion designers are represented along Ginza’s 5th Avenue.

On Sundays and national holidays, the Chuo-dori is closed to traffic all the length of Ginza to prevent the numerous pedestrians from overflowing the sidewalk/pavement.

Mitsukoshi (above) 

One of the most exclusive department stores of Tokyo.
Address: Harumi Dori & Chuo Dori

The only building to have survived the air raids of WW II. The prices are sky high.
Address: Harumi Dori & Chuo Dori

Big department store famous for its Kimonos.
Address: Chuo Dori

Dating back to the 17th century when it was a kimono shop, it is another of Tokyo’s grand department stores with some fabulous old fashioned lifts.
Address: Chuo Dori

Hakuhinkan Toy Park
The biggest toy shop in Japan. For everyone who is young at heart.
Address: Chuo Dori

Great Folk craft shop.
Address: Sotobori Dori

The Sony Building                                                                  More a display case for many of Sony ’soon-to-be-released’ gadgets and products. Worth a visit to the Hi-Vision theatres alone.
Address: Sukiyabashi train Crossing


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