A progressive stationery store identifiable by a big red paperclip.
Itoya, a historic stationery store that opened in 1904, changed its name to G.Itoya in June 2015 and was reborn as a store not only to buy things but to have various experiences. In addition to ready-made stationery items, G.Itoya sells a variety of products that can add spice to your everyday life such as original goods and goods for home and travel. Efforts are made so that customers can always enjoy their shopping, including holding various events from time to time. In the building with twelve stories aboveground and one below, each floor has its own theme. On the third floor, you can try all 1,200 of the pens and pencils available. The seventh floor sells over 1,000 kinds of paper and you can receive advice from a paper concierge. Also, vegetables are grown using a hydroponic system on the eleventh floor and available for consumption at the café restaurant on the twelfth floor. It is located two minutes away on foot from the A13 Matsuya exit of Tokyo Metro Ginza Station.