Places to See

Ikebukuro Ueno Asakusa Akihabara, Kanda Nihombashi, Ningyocho Marunouchi, The Imperial Palace Odaiba Ginza Shibuya Akasaka, Roppongi, Aoyama Shinjuku
YURAKUCHO ITOCiA
Yurakucho Itocia, which opened in 2007, is a shopping center very close to the JR Yurakucho Station. It houses Marui Department Store, food zone including restaurants and bars, and parking lots.
YURAKUCHO ITOCiA
2-7-1, Yurakucyo, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Depends on shop
Depends on shop
- http://www.itocia.jp/ (Japanese version only)
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Nittele Tower
Commercial broadcaster Nippon Television Network Corporation (NTV) is headquartered in a 193-meter high, 32-story building. Original merchandise from popular programs is sold in the shops and visitors can peer into the glass-walled studio.
Also, don't miss seeing the largest animated clock in the world, designed by the film director Hayao Miyazaki, which decorates the NTV Tower in Shiodome.
Nittele Tower
1-6-1, Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Depends on facility
Depends on facility
- http://www.ntv.co.jp/english/
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caretta SHIODOME
Caretta Shiodome is an entertainment complex comprising about 60 shops, such as restaurants, gift and life support. It also includes a musical theater, the Dentsu Shiki Theater "Umi."
caretta SHIODOME
1-8-2, Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Depends on shop
Depends on shop
- http://www.caretta.jp/
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Shiodome Sio-site
Shiodome Sio-site is a mega complex which consists of Italian-style streets, 13 high-rises (including The Nippon Television Tower), restaurants, shops, and hotels. Each building is connected to the other buildings by underground paths and decks.
Shiodome Sio-site
2-6-6, Higashi Shimbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Depends on facility
Depends on facility
- http://www.sio-site.or.jp/ (Japanese version only)
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The Yurakucho Mullion
The Yurakucho Mullion building houses Seibu Department Store, Hankyu Department Store and The Nihon Theater as well as 6 further theaters. The large clock with its hourly dancing dolls is a popular meeting point for visitors to the area.
The Yurakucho Mullion
2-5-1, Yurakucyo, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Depends on facility
Depends on facility
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Sony Building
The Sony Building in Ginza is a showroom where the newest Sony products such as cameras and digital cameras can be seen and tried out free of charge. Many events are held here each season.
Sony Building
5-3-1, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
11am-7pm
Jan. 1
- http://www.sonybuilding.jp/e/
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Namiki-Dori (Namiki Street)
World famous high-end brand shops line Namiki-Dori, a street which runs parallel to the main Ginza-Dori. Merely strolling around window shopping is fun - and free.
Namiki-Dori (Namiki Street)
Ginza-Dori (Ginza Street)
Chuo-Dori, which runs 1km from the 1-chome area near the Kyobashi district to the 8-chome area near the Shimbashi district, is called Ginza-Dori (or Ginza Street). On Saturday and Sunday afternoons, Ginza-Dori becomes a pedestrian paradise and many people enjoy "Gin-bura", Japanese for "taking a stroll in Ginza". Chairs and parasols for those in need of a rest are provided on the street.
Ginza-Dori (Ginza Street)
Yonchome-Kosaten (The 4-chome Intersection)
The immediate area around the 4-chome intersection, the Chuo-Dori (also known as Ginza-Dori) and Harumi-Dori intersection, is always crowded as it is the center of Ginza. Department stores, such as Wako, Mitsukoshi, Matsuya and Matsuzakaya are located just a short distance from the intersection.
Yonchome-Kosaten (The 4-chome Intersection)
Harumi Triton
The Harumi Triton complex is a blend of offices, shops, restaurants and residential facilities. Terraces focusing on the subject matter of flowers, trees and water provide for comfortable relaxation spaces.
Harumi Triton
1-8-16, Harumi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Restaurants 11am-11pm, Shops 11am-9pm, Depending on shops
Depends on shop
- http://www.harumi-triton.jp/ (Japanese version only)
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