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A historical town for grownups
with many well-established and luxury brands.
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Ginza is a historical town for grownups with many traditional, well-established brands and other luxury brands such as Chanel and Armani. Its lively yet relaxed ambience is distinct from other commercial districts in Tokyo. You can find not only those high-end brands but also many established restaurants for both Japanese and western cuisine. Enjoy the traditional Ginza taste at your favorite restaurant. The landmark of the town, a remarkably conspicuous four-story Japanese-style building is "Kabuki-za." More than one hundred years, many great dramas of traditional Japanese Kabuki have been played at the theater. Why don't you experience the traditional Japanese performing art with an affordable admission fee around 1,000 JPY?
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    Ginza Station
    4-1-2, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo

    Access from major landmarks

    From Tokyo station to Ginza station
    ・Three minutes (via Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line)

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