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Ginza : 10 Best Things to Do in 2019

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Ginza is an important area within the ward of Chuo, which is in the center of Tokyo. Famous for having flagship stores of many high-end brands from all around the world, Ginza is known as the town of luxury brands.

Lining up in the famous main street, there are many department stores, luxury brand flagship stores, and buildings containing many unique restaurants. The restaurants in this area are as renowned as the fashion brands around here. Many business people and politicians gather at these areas looking for famous top-rated restaurants. High-end sushi restaurants in this area are especially famous worldwide. But not everything is expensive. Being just at the side of Tsukiji Fish Market makes it easy for restaurants to serve fresh seafood at reasonable prices.

Ginza is also known for being rich in the arts. The Kabukiza theatre is the principal theater in Tokyo for the traditional kabuki drama form. You can also find many small art galleries within the area.

And if you get tired of all the shopping and walking, nearby is Hamarikyu Garden, which is a large scale traditional Japanese garden. It is the perfect place to rest after enjoying the city.

When it comes to accommodation, Ginza offers a wide range of hotel prices , which makes the town an ideal place for travelers to stay.