Where is Togoshi Ginza Shopping Arcade?
Togoshi Ginza Shopping Arcade is 1.3 kilometers long shopping arcade at Togoshi Ginza Station of Tokyu Ikegami Line and Toei Asakusa Line. It is the longest shopping arcade in Tokyo, bustling with many people. Japan has about 350 “~ Ginza” shopping arcades such as Jujo Ginza Shopping Arcade but this Togoshi Ginza is the first “~ Ginza” shopping arcade in Japan. The street has about 400 shops and is famous as the walk-and-eat spot filled with lots of tourists. I went to enjoy eating at this Togoshi Ginza Shopping Arcade on one Sunday afternoon!
①Skewers of Sweet and Spicy Fried Chicken at Tori and Deli
②Skewers of meat wrapped rice ball at Tontan
③Oden and Oden Croquette?! at Goto Kamaboko store
④Koshian (smooth red bean paste) bread at Halimaya
⑤Freshly made grilled soup dumping at Ryuki
⑥Melon bread (Melon-shaped bun) at Beicon
⑦Taiyaki style Okonomiyaki!? at Omedetaiyaki Honpo
⑧Yakitori at Ryuho
How was Togoshi Ginza Shopping Arcade? The street is filled with so many delicious dishes that there are more stores than ones introduced at this page. Near to this arcade, you can also find an unchanged traditional public bathing facility. It is a great spot to take your time and enjoy for the whole day. If you’re a foodie and would like to enjoy various dishes, we would love you to visit this Togoshi Ginza Shopping Arcade, the longest arcade in Tokyo!