Ginza is the best place to have shopping. Lots of high brand shops are lined up and just walking the street makes us feel like we’re super rich. If you want to take a look at Eastern New York’s 5th Avenue, we would like you to visit here. On Saturdays, Sundays, and Holidays, the street becomes a car free zone from noon to evening. You can feel more free and relaxed during this car free zone time. Nihonbashi is big downtowns where have long history. These areas have great selections of shopping spots, cafes, izakayas, and lush greenery. Moreover, it has movie theaters, museums, and is even close to Ginza. These 3 places are also business towns so you can see lots of business men wearing suits. Yurakucho is one of the best places where have many local Izakayas. Hibiya has the famous Hibiya park and Nihonbashi is beautifully organized town. Don’t miss best parts of each place!
Where is Ginza/Hibiya/Nihonbashi
High brand shops everywhere! Best place to enjoy shopping for a whole day!
Streets are taken up with high end stores at this most luxurious area in Tokyo. Especially in Ginza, it would be hard to find international high brand shops that don’t have Ginza branch. The area also has lots of traditional department stores and shops with authentic products!
A spot where you can enjoy Japanese history and culture!
This area is also famous as a city with Japanese tradition. Ginza has Kabukiza theatre where Kabuki is performed and Nihonbashi area is filled with historical buildings and traditional Japanese atmosphere.
Peaceful area with lush greenery in the middle of a metropolis!
Tokyo has lots of shopping complexes and skyscrapers yet it also has beautiful spots where you can enjoy the nature. Hibiya Park, a huge park which is about 160,000 square meters is located at Hibiya! The park has a pond, a flowerbed, a gingko-lined path, and music halls as well. Nihonbashi Bridge in Nihonbashi is a famous stone arch bridge over Nihonbashi River that you can enjoy cruising.
When it comes to fish market, it is Tsukiji area!
Tsukiji is within a walking distance of Ginza and Hibiya, luxurious cities. Tsukiji used to have the largest fish market in Japan always bustling from the early morning. The inner market transferred to Toyosu in 2018 but Tsukiji outer market is still very vibrant! Tsukiji has other various attractions to visit too.