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What you should know about Ginza

A holiday in Ginza offers shopping, fine dining, and entertainment in abundance. Formerly Tokyo’s banking district, today it is home to some of world’s most prestigious luxury brands, housed in flagship stores that line the streets, sitting shoulder to shoulder with exclusive, towering department stores, galleries, niche boutiques, clubs, and high-end restaurants and bars. A Ginza vacation is the key destination for those who love all things upscale in a district that offers luxury at every turn.

Hotels in Ginza


Most hotels in Ginza are geared towards the tastes and pockets of an upscale audience, offering a vast choice of 5-star luxury Ginza hotels. These generally offer luxurious facilities, extraordinary city views, sophisticated and stylish suites, and on-site spas, along with fine-dining facilities, with one popular choice being the Peninsula Tokyo. You can also find centrally located boutique hotels in Ginza like the Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel, which provides all the creature comforts without the additional fineries. International hotel chains like the Mercure Hotel Ginza provide more budget-friendly hotels in Ginza with clean, comfortable rooms and solid, dependable service.

Things to see in Ginza


The phrase “shop ‘til you drop” has never been truer than when applied to this world-renowned district. It’s easy to spend days shopping in the upscale, multi-floor department stores and maxing out credit cards in any one of the many world-class designer flagship boutiques. Ginza is still a great place to see even if your budget doesn’t lend itself to designer sprees. Window-shopping can be just as much fun, as can exploring the many art galleries and the Kabuki-za Theater, which make the neighborhood worth visiting. After dark, Ginza doesn’t disappoint either. Lounges, nightclubs, and bars come alive, buzzing with a trendy crowd of party people. The top floors of the department stores house high-class restaurants and chic cafes, and visitors will have a choice of some of the finest Michelin star restaurants in Tokyo. Ginza has more three-star Michelin restaurants than the entire city of London, so a variety of fine-dining is easily found!

Good for upscale couples


A thriving, bustling and wealthy neighborhood, Ginza is the go-to destination for couples willing to blow the budget and wanting to explore the glitzier, upscale side of Tokyo. Whilst Ginza hotels do offer a variety of accommodations, the area is definitely more geared to meet the needs and desires of a wealthy audience, happy to spend their days splashing their cash in the multitude of exclusive designer flagship stores and their nights wining, dining, and partying until the early hours in upscale, trendy venues that don’t disappoint.

How to get to Ginza


Narita International Airport handles the majority of Tokyo’s international flights and is approximately 40 miles from Tokyo. Two terminals have train stations in the basement, with departures every 40 minutes and free shuttle buses that travel between the terminals. Journeying from Narita International Airport into Ginza takes approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes. Alternatively, it’s easy to hail a cab from the airport to drive you into the city. You can also arrange a private shuttle service through your hotel to arrive in Ginza in style.

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