Ginza Street


Ginza has long been one of Tokyo’s most upscale shopping districts. It is home to countless fashion boutiques as well as some of the finest restaurants and bars in town. Possibly the most famous spots to check out include Wako Department Store and Mitsukoshi Department Store. Even if you can’t afford to shop there, it makes for great window shopping. Another major attraction in the area is the historic Kabuki-za theatre, where you can catch traditional stage shows including Kabuki. With so much to do, you could simply wander for hours and discover something new. But, for the lowdown on the best things to do in Ginza, check out the articles below.


Kabuki Single Act Tickets at Kabukiza Theatre, Tokyo

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Gallivanting around Ginza – A Tour Through Old Tokyo Part 1

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Outside of Old Tsukiji Market

Tsukiji Market Trek – A Tour Through Old Tokyo Part 2

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