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I've noticed many people here writing about the REAL Ginza. There are hundreds of mock "Ginza"s in Japan. In English, it might be somewhat like "Main Street". A town's most "up-and-happening place" (a Main Street) is called Ginza. These mock Ginzas usually do not have...More
A bit off the beaten Ginza path but interesting enough to deviate for half an hour or so. I myself didn't really find too much that would interest me enough to buy it and the restaurants are perhaps not to my personal liking... but again,...More
On the weekend, the main streeets are closed to traffic, allowing people to stroll around. Restaurants put tables, chairs and umbrellas out in the street, and there are street performers and musicians. A great atmosphere. And you can peer in shop windows as well.
If you want to know more about the traditional Japanese way of life, Sunamachi Ginza is one of the best spots in Tokyo. I believe you are really excited to see locals enjoying living everyday life there.
Sunamachi Ginza (砂町銀座) is a famous traditional shopping...More
I live near here, but I recommend not only for locals but also visiters! You'll feel the place is so busy and people are so energetic. Not so far, if you take a subway and bus, from SkyTree, the tallest towar in Japan. The closest...More
I was staying in Hotel Villa Fontaine Shiomode & at night i could see the glittering lights of Ginza shopping street.I set off one afternoon & walked down this area which was only 15 minutes from my Hotel.I chose a saturday afternoon after 1200 hrs...More