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  • GINZA IWASAKI OPTICAL SHOP
  • GINZA IWASAKI OPTICAL SHOP
  • GINZA IWASAKI OPTICAL SHOP
  • GINZA IWASAKI OPTICAL SHOP
  • GINZA IWASAKI OPTICAL SHOP

GINZA IWASAKI OPTICAL SHOP

岩崎眼鏡店
  • Hygiene measures

Measures for a hygienic environment

  • Measures

    Disinfecting and cleaning all facilities and equipment

  • Measures

    Disinfected after each use

  • Measures

    Staff members use masks

  • Measures

    Staffed by employees with normal temperatures

  • Measures

    Staff hand wash, disinfect and gargle

  • For the customer

    Entry is refused to anyone who is feeling unwell

  • Measures

    Preparing disinfectant and antiseptic solution

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    Fresh air is circulated regularly

  • Measures

    Limiting maximum occupancy and ensuring space between tables

  • For the customer

    Except during having meals, please wear a mask at all times

  • Measures

    Using the coin tray when paying

  • Measures

    Using dividers

Latest Info

  • Multilingual Staff
    English
  • Accepted Credit Cards
    Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, American Express, JCB, UnionPay Card

Goods

Description

Originally founded in Ginza in 1895 during the Meiji period, our shop crafts eyeglasses to meet the needs of customers, and we have always focused on taking good care of the eyes. Look for the udjat symbol on the building.
udjat is a protective symbol from ancient Egypt.
By combining world-class quality, beautifully designed frames, and lenses designed with the latest technology, we are confident we can craft a pair of glasses that are ideal for you.
We provide the best advice possible for our customers, from eyeglass functionality to design, and are constantly evaluating our range of products which include Japan's famous tortoise shell frames, limited German handmade LOTOS products, refined items from French jewelry brand Cartier, frames made in Japan recognized throughout the world for the eyeglass craftsmanship, and more.
Try the shop's original museum glasses as well.
Multilingual interpreting service via tablet is available.

Location Information

  • Address

    Iwasaki Building, 6-9-4, Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0061

  • Nearest Station
    Ginza Station
    ・ Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
    ・ Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
    ・ Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
    Exit A2
    2 minutes on foot
  • Phone Number
    03-3571-0319
    Available languages
    English
  • Hours
    Every day 10:00am - 8:00pm
  • Closed
    None
    *Closed January 1 – 3
  • Public Site
    Official Site
  • Multilingual Staff
    English
  • Accepted Credit Cards
    Visa, MasterCard, Diners Club, American Express, JCB, UnionPay Card

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