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The Ginza District: Shopping is the main activity in the Ginza District, but there are other things to do and see as well. Visitors who enjoy architecture and historic structures can take a tour of the Wako Company building. If high-tech gadgets are more your thing, the Sony building has four floors of Sony products as well as a BMW showroom. Other points of interest in the Ginza District include the Police Museum, Kabukica Theater, and Yurakucho Gado-Shita Dinning.

The Ginza District: Shopping is the main activity in the Ginza District, but there are other things to do and see as well. Visitors who enjoy architecture and historic structures can take a tour of the Wako Company building. If high-tech gadgets are more your thing, the Sony building has four floors of Sony products as well as a BMW showroom. Other points of interest in the Ginza District include the Police Museum, Kabukica Theater, and Yurakucho Gado-Shita Dinning.

Inside the Tokyo International Forum in Ginza, Japan designed by architect Rafael Viñoly

Inside the Tokyo International Forum in Ginza, Japan designed by architect Rafael Viñoly

Tokyu Plaza Ginza: Location: Ginza district, Tokyo, Japan Year of Construction: 2016 Architects: Nikken SekkeiThe Tokyu Plaza is located in the most important commercial district in Tokyo; its location at the convergence point between two other districts, Yurakucho and Hibiya, make it even more relevant and awarded it the nickname of "The Gate of Ginza". The project uses a full block, an unusual occurrence in the city, and has streets on its four sides.The project's shape and facade respond…

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Tokyu Plaza Ginza: Location: Ginza district, Tokyo, Japan Year of Construction: 2016 Architects: Nikken SekkeiThe Tokyu Plaza is located in the most important commercial district in Tokyo; its location at the convergence point between two other districts, Yurakucho and Hibiya, make it even more relevant and awarded it the nickname of "The Gate of Ginza". The project uses a full block, an unusual occurrence in the city, and has streets on its four sides.The project's shape and facade respond…

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