Ginza

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Ginza is Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping district, with a distinctive snob value. The 1km-long Namiki-dori street is lined with exclusive brand boutiques from Japan and abroad. Old-established department stores such as Mitsukoshi and Matsuya magnificently stand along Chuo-dori street, and elegant females shoppers flock in Printemps Ginza on Sotobori-dori street.

Ginza is not only for shopping appeal. This is the area where cutting-edge trends and prestigious old businesses meet, and there are many restaurants rated highly in the Michelin Guide and popular with Japanophile gourmets. Other main attractions are on the artistic side, with the Kabuki theater, Takarazuka revue hall and 200 or more art galleries dotting the area

Purposeeasily accessible,couple,Gourmet,elderly,fashion,brag,family,first time in Japan,sightseeing,shopping,major
Airport/Sta.Tokyo International Airport (about 13.8km) Google Transit

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X32

We can go some other interesting places which I can recomend. Let's have a nice trip with me. Thanks.

We can go some other interesting places which I can recomend. Let's have a nice trip with me. Thanks.

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Ginza is such a famous upmarket shopping district for anyone that we may sometimes lose sight of the long historical background of its developments in the early Meiji period when Japan aggressively promoted the modernization or westerniz...

Ginza is such a famous upmarket shopping district for anyone that we may sometimes lose sight of the long historical background of its developments in the early Meiji period when Japan aggressively promoted the modernization or westernization of the Japanese political and social systems. I will be so happy to be able to share with you such intriguing historical developments of Ginza District.

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Ginza is the combined name of "Gin" and "Za" in Japanese language. Gin means slver and Za means mint. There was the silver mint in this location while Japan was dominated unde the dictatorship of Shogun Tokugawa. Gin...

Ginza is the combined name of "Gin" and "Za" in Japanese language. Gin means slver and Za means mint. There was the silver mint in this location while Japan was dominated unde the dictatorship of Shogun Tokugawa. Ginza has two faces which are modern and old. Let us explore both faces of Ginza.

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Didn't go to Japan before the word Ginza is not new, but came to Tokyo's Ginza really really surprised me. Ginza streets clean and tidy natural to say, has many designer shops on both sides, the store itself is can visit attrac...

Didn't go to Japan before the word Ginza is not new, but came to Tokyo's Ginza really really surprised me. Ginza streets clean and tidy natural to say, has many designer shops on both sides, the store itself is can visit attractions. Here is famous for its high consumption, but the high price of natural truth. In terms of the quality of goods, services, the environment is excellent. Some premium brands in China doesn't buy the latest version to, where brand stores everything, absolute and the world.

没去日本之前银座这两个字其实一点也不陌生,但是来到东京的银座真的着实让我大吃一惊。银座街道整齐清洁自然不必说了,两旁有好多大师设计的名店,店面本身就是可以参观的景点。这里以高消费著称,但价格高自然有搞的道理。无论从商品的品质、服务、环境都是一流的。一些高级品牌最新版本在国内根本买不到,可在这里的品牌专卖店应有尽有,绝对和世界接轨。

VisitedJun 2011

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