〒104-0061 Tokyo, 中央区Ginza, 5 Chome−５−１１
Enjoy a glass at the famous bar Lupin. It has a unique atmosphere, so a great place to hang out though the drinks are a little on the pricy side. For more information visit their site.
Ginza Station(Ginza Line/Hibiya Line/Marunouchi Line)
1. From Tokyo Station, take the Marunouchi Line (metro) bound for Shinjuku to Ginza Station.
2. Walk south west 1 block.
It takes about 2 minutes from Tokyo Station to Ginza Station. (approx. 165 yen)
THINGS TO DO AROUND GINZA
Enjoy watching a kabuki show in Ginza! Check out their homepage here.
Check out this market for fish and produce! Being one of the biggest markets in Tokyo, it`s a great tourist attraction. If you`ve never been to a tuna auction, you can check it out here!
So much shopping to do in Ginza, with so many famous shopping locations. Make sure to bring your black or platinum cards because this area is for the high rollers!
Take a stroll in Hibiya Park located just south of the Imperial Palace. It`s the first western style park in Japan, so a great place to go if you`re feeling homesick!
Home of Japan`s imperial family. The inner grounds are not open to the public. The palace was built where the Edo Castle used to stand.
Check out this annual festival usually held in August, where some streets in Ginza turn into a vehicle free zone. Walk around and enjoy the special events in your yukata. Photo by: ひでわく
Enjoy a glass at the famous bar Lupin. It has a unique atmosphere, so a great place to hang out though the drinks are a little on the pricy side.
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