A large commercial complex directly connected to Ginza station, Tokyu Plaza Ginza is an appealing shopping destination with facilities including the largest duty free store in Tokyo as well as public spaces for free relaxation.
Newly-opened in Ginza’s Sukiyabashi on March 31, 2016 with 11 stories aboveground and two below, this large commercial complex boasts a remarkable exterior design modelled on Edo-kiriko cut glass, a traditional Japanese craft. Accessible through a direct connection to the Tokyo Metro Line’s Ginza Station, the 125 shops here include a number of high-quality fashion shops and general good stores as well as restaurants where you can experience first-hand the best of Japan’s hospitality and food culture. In addition to the airport-style duty free shop Lotte Duty Free Ginza, which is the largest in the city, the complex also features Wi-Fi throughout and a one-stop duty-free counter on the 7th floor, allowing the overseas traveller to shop with ease. There are also public spaces on the 6th floor and the rooftop. In the vaulted 27-meter atrium of the Kiriko Lounge on the 6th floor, you’ll enjoy gazing out through the windows to the Ginza streets below. Up on the rooftop, the Kiriko Terrace is divided into a water section and a greenery section. Come night, the whole exterior of the building is lit up beautifully, allowing you to enjoy from sunset until 1 a.m. illuminations that shift with the season and the weather.