Ginza It is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Tokyo. It is located south of Yaesu and Kyobashi, west of Tsukiji, east of Yurakucho and, north of Shinbashi district.
Historically this area of the metropolis was designed for the elite of the city and today many aspects of this characteristic are maintained. Ginza is one of the most expensive areas of Tokyo and is compared to 5th Avenue in New York. Its streets are full of shopping centers, restaurants, boutiques, and bright signs that announce the most exclusive shops in the city.
To the travel to Ginza we can’t stop seeing:
Sony building. Structure that is considered an icon of Japanese technology and where we can see and test the latest releases in digital entertainment.
Apple Store While here we will locate Apple products that we have seen in other stores, the important thing about this building is the exterior design.
Kabuki-Za Theater. Possessing an impressive architecture, the Kabuki-Za Theater opened in the late 80s and has daily functions of an average duration of 3 hours.
Ginza Wako This building was built in the 30s and stands out for its western style design and for being located between Chuo and Harumi avenues, the two main ones of Ginza.
To get to Ginza it is advisable to do it by Metro taking the lines Marunouchi (M), Hibiya (H) and Ginza (G).