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- 98%Luxury Travelers
- 63%Business Travelers
- 63%Art & Design Lovers
- 55%Adventure Travelers
- 55%Nightlife Lovers
- 51%Local Culture
Member Reviews (52)
- GinzaMember ofLuxury TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 11Mar 03, 2014
The Ginza is the most famos shopping district in Japan. Back in the pre-bubble bursting days of the 1980's in Japan, a square foot of real estate on the Ginza was the most expensive real estate of any city on earth.
It's bright neon lights are like Las Vegas meets Times Square.
There are a multitude of shops, both fine Japanese and internationally reknown brands and labels.
There is also nightlife here of all types, but the big thing here is the shoppng. And perhaps a French Restaurants and Coffee shops, where the young women still living at home can go shopping, then gather in small groups afterward to share gossip.
The Ginza may not be the most expensive real estate in the world anymore, but it is still a must have location for the top designers and luxury brands..
- GinzaMember ofLuxury TravelersLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 4Mar 03, 2014
It has definitely list some of its luster but this is still the place for well-heeled gray haired ladies to shop. It is also still a prestigious place for business dining and entertainment.
Easy to spend a fortune eating here. The Mitsukoshi is a shopping highlight and the Bulgari restraint is phenomenal even if you only visit for a drink.
- GinzaJul 05, 2012
Now this is living the glamours life! Visiting Ginza is like walking down street after street of high end fashion boutiques. Yes the main streets have all the big brands, but take a tour around and you'll see that everywhere you look is fashionable and beautiful. The area itself isn't huge, but it's dense and it's all high end. If you've been to 5th Ave in NYC you'd think you'd been transported to a bigger more dense version of it. Stores go on for miles and are multilevels high.
IF you have the need to shop, and have the time to spend, this is the place to go.
- GinzaMember ofBudget TravelersBusiness TravelersFamily Travelers+ 4Mar 03, 2014
The nightlife lovers' heaven. full of izakaya (bars) and a lot of different experience. Hard to describe, not my favorite, but lots of people loves there.
- GinzaMember ofFoodiesArt & Design LoversAug 05, 2012
The Posh area of Tokyo. you can find great shopping spots here and amazing architecture. The Marunouchi business complex has an extensive choice of restaurants all upscale and good quality. the Sony buildig is worth a visit, and the hermes flagship store is breathtaking.
- GinzaMember ofLocal CultureFoodiesHistory Buffs+ 1Mar 03, 2014
The main street in Ginza is another architectural showpiece street. There is of course restaurants and shopping but just viewing the buildings makes this area worthy of a visit. You can see Mikimoto 2 Building by Toyo Ito, Maison Hermes by Renzo Piano, Shiseido Ginza by Ricardo Bofill, Nicholas G Hayak Center by Shigeru Ban, and Louis Vuitton by Jun Aoki.Recommended for:Art & Design Lovers