Ginza, Tsukiji, Shiodome Guide
Focusing on Ginza, Tsukiji and Shiodome.
Ginza Velvia Kan
1 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Ginza 1-chome Station Exit 5
Facing Ginza 2-chome Namiki-dori Avenue, an adult space for couples to enjoy with a full lineup of men’s fashions.
The illumination is the glow of a winter forest.
It creates an urban adult Christmas.
2 minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Ginza Itchome Station (Exit 4 or 5)
A fashionable place for women who enjoy Ginza.
It adds color to a variety of scenes from everyday life to the hare-no-hare stage.
1 minute walk from Exit 8 of Ginza-Itchome Station on Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line.
The three words represent the three treasures of Precious (high quality), Delicious (delicious), and Glacious (kind and courteous).
In the building that renovated a long-established kimono shop from the Edo period, you can enjoy Tokyo’s first restaurant and Ginza’s first restaurant.
Hotel Monterey Ginza
1 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line Ginza Icchome Station Exit 10
A stone-built, secluded petit hotel facing Ginza Yanagidori.
The interior of the hotel is decorated with authentic art imported from France.
Directly connected to Exit B9 of Ginza Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line and Marunouchi Line
Come and enjoy Maxim’s de Paris’ Napoleon Pie.
1 minute walk from exit C8 of Ginza Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line and Hibiya Line. Located near the Sukiyabashi intersection, this 11-story building has an all-glass exterior.
A space that satisfies the sensibilities of fashionable women.
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line Ginza Station A3 Exit 5 min. walk.
Ginza Gas Hall Building was renewed and reopened.
The curves of the building’s exterior are inspired by the image of a gas flame.
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Shimbashi Station 5 min walk from Exit 5
An adult space where you can enjoy yourself.
A lineup of restaurants where you can enjoy fine cuisine in a casual atmosphere.
Shiodome City Center
Directly connected to Shinbashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.
A skyscraper office building.
It was built on the site of the former Shimbashi railway station, which opened as the starting point of Japan’s first railway line.
Directly connected to Shinbashi Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
The view from the Sky Restaurant is nothing short of spectacular.
You can see the famous Hamarikyu Gardens below.
Panasonic Shiodome Museum
12 minutes walk from Exit 2 of Shinbashi Station on Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.
A cultural space on the 4th floor of the Panasonic Tokyo Shiodome Building, a landmark of the 21st century world city.
The museum has a collection of about 200 works by the French painter Georges Rouault.
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line Shimbashi Station, Exit 2, 12-minute walk
The Shogunate Naval Training Camp led by Kaishuu Katsu is now open to the public as a Tokyo Metropolitan Government park.
Designated as a Special Historic Site and a Special Place of Scenic Beauty.
3 minutes walk from Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Tsukiji Station Exit 2 and Higashi-Ginza Station Exit 6.
Tsukiji Outside Market, Tsukiji 4-chome intersection building.
It is located from the first basement to the second floor as Tsukiji Omoshiro Ichiba.
vinegared rice topped with sliced raw tuna
1-5 minute walk from Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line Tsukiji Station (Exit 1 or 2)
When it comes to sushi, Tsukiji Kiyomura Sushi Zammai is the place to go.
You can enjoy tuna from all over the world.