Best Tourist Spots In Ginza

Here're best Tourist Spots in Ginza. We released a ranking of reviews about Tourist Spots posted by travel influencers who have actually been to Ginza.


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At a passage connecting Ginza Station and a gate for Tokyu Plaza Ginza, there's a fashionable ceiling with Edokiriko (Tokyo's traditional glass products) patterns as its motif. The passage looks ordinary though, it's unexpectedly photogenic in the picture. Why don't you drop by?


Tokyu Plaza Ginza


5-2-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, TokyoGoogle Map

How to get there

1 min from Ginza Station (C2 Exit), 2 min from Hibiya Station (A1 Exit), 2 min from Subway Yurakucho Station (A0 Exit), and 4 min from JR Yurakucho Station (Ginza Exit).

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12 Reviews

The citrus sweets made elaborately one by one. Some cakes taste refreshing, and others taste rich with cream cheese and nuts, so we can eat all of them without being tired of the tastes. The all-you-can-drink tea is served in cup, not in pot, so as to drink various kinds of tea.


3 Reviews

Various kinds of Japanese sweets, such as anko (sweet bean jam) and warabi-mochi (like jelly of warabi bracken), are stuffed in a wooden measure 'masu'. And on the white chocolate, there's a Japanese garden drawn by maccha powder. 'Sabou Parfait' makes you excited by various textures and beautiful appearance.◎Sabou Parfait 1100yen. I like Kuromitsu (brown sugar syrup) topping! It was bigger than I expected!


4 Reviews

A collaboration French cafe between La Maison Shirokane and Sebastian Buyer in Mitsukoshi Ginza. Seasonal [Sebastian Buyer Special Peche Melva] Flesh from peach granita and mousse hardened with liquid nitrogen. It's an irresistible dish for peach lovers.