Imperial
Ginza

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1. Tokyo Station

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Tokyo Station

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: All day long

Between all the high end station, the old Tokyo Station is still existing. With its red bricks and the surrounding Skyscrappers it's one of the landmarks in Tokyo. The station contains among several shops the Ramen Street. 

 

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2. Imperial Palace

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Imperial Palace garden

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: 9:00-17:00/18:00

Visit the garden of the Imperial Palace with its diversity of flowers and trees. Please take note the garden is Mondays and Fridays closed! The admission is for free. For sure it is not possible to visit the imperial palace. 

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3. Marunouchi Naka Dori

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Marunouchi Naka Dori

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: All day long

The connection between the Imperial Palace and Yurakucho. Find here next to some designer shops several art skulpturs which are along the street. It's a calm business area. Around noon the street is for cars inaccessible and gives you the possibility to walk there instead.

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4. Yurakucho

 
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Yurakucho

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: All day long

Find some big malls and some cafes at Yurakucho Station. On the top of the Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan mall you can find a restaurant with a nice view to the Yurakucho station. Close to the Tokyo Forum is a nice area to find some good food (marked on the map). Try the Katsudon it's really good. Just a little bit further from Yurakucho is the famous area "Ginza".  

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5. Tokyu Plaza Crossing

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Tokyu Plaza Crossing

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: All day long

The second biggest crossing in Ginza is the Tokyu Plaza Crossing with its Tokyu Plaza. Feel free to enter and go on a short shopping tour. Don't forget the 5th avenue of Tokyo is just a few steps further so don't spend all of your money alredy here.

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6. Nissan Crossing

 
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Nissan Crossing

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: 11:00-18:00

The Nissan Crossing with its insane Nissan building and the famous Seiko building towards the Nissan building. Inside the Nissan building you can find the latest models of the Nissan cars and a cafe place. Special in here is the option to get yourself or other things printed on you coffee.

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7. Chuo Dori

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Chuo Dori

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: All day long

One designer after another in the fashion district Ginza. It's the 5th avenue of Tokyo and the place to be to find all the big brands. You find here also the biggest Uniqlo with unbelievable 13 floors. Sunday around noon is the street blocked for cars and it becomes a walking street.

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8. Ginza G6

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Ginza G6

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: All day long

Like a G6. But in this point the "G" stands for Ginza. The G6 is the biggest mall in the Ginza area. It's on the opposite site of the biggest Uniqlo and it also has 14 floors which is even a little bit taller than Uniqlo. There is a rooftop park what is a perfect possibility to relax a bit. Inside the mall it's possible to access 6 floors. Recommendation - Try the Teppanyaki in here. Bit pricey but very good quality. 

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9. Shinbashi

 
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Shimbashi

💳 Admission: - ¥

🕒 Open: All day long

(Also spelt Shinbashi) The district to meet after a hard working day for Japanese business men to go to "Izakaya". Izakaya is the Japanese way of a bar mixed with restaurant. There are tons of tasty side dishes next to your beer, sake or highball. From Shimbashi Station you have access to the circle line Yamanote line (green) or the Monorail train Yurikamome which brings you to Odaiba.

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