a trip to Japan without covering Ginza is not complete. it's not about shopping but the experience, the indulgence, the moment. Travel is more than sightseeing. one have to feel the heart beats, the pulse of the city. the people, the food, the infra and the weather. it's a perfect mix's and an awesome formula to a great vacation. one will enjoy every moment, every minute and every second. the safety and security are the plus point. throughout the trip, we explore with peace of mind. if we're to asked, will I come back here again, the answer definitely a big yes. how would one not?
#tripaway Ginza is without any doubt my favorite district in Tokyo!! It is considered the high fashion center of the city and contains many upscale shops and restaurants. Getting to Ginza is easy - in the heart of the area is Ginza station, connected to the Marunouchi (M16), Ginza (G09), and Hibiya (H08) subway lines. Alternatively you may walk to the area from the JR Shimbashi or Yurakucho stations. I love Tokyo! #tokyo #tokyotravel #japan #asia
Probably the best tonkotsu ramen I’ve ever had in my life! This one’s from the newest ‘premium’ branch of Ichiran ramen chain — Ginza Ichiran. The difference from the regular Ichiran? The noodles and broth are said to be specially made for this branch, and they served the ramen in a “jubako.” I personally think it’s tastier than the regular ones!
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As the capital of Japan, Tokyo has demonstrated many of the characteristics of an international metropolis. It is fashionable and prosperous, but it does not lose its quaint traditions; it is a world-class commercial and financial center, and a leader of the Asian fashion trend, a city of art; and a warm and welcoming izakaya in the depths of the alleys and a civilian-like Shimomachi area. The integration of animation and high technology, and the culture of various countries has added more diversity and tolerance to Tokyo. Tokyo, the second largest city in the world, wants to feel the city, Ginza must be the first stop. There are a variety of shops here, ranging from a long-established Japanese century-old store to a specialty store selling world-famous brands. The beauty of life is not what life gives us, but the clear contrast between our hearts and our lives. Not only is our heart seeking the beauty of life, but the beauty of life also hits our hearts. We will all go ashore, the sun is shining, and wherever we go, flowers are open.
Ginza is a popular upscale shopping area of Tokyo, with numerous internationally renowned department stores, boutiques, restaurants, and coffeehouses located here. It is considered one of the most expensive, elegant, and luxurious places in the world. Each weekend, the area’s main road is closed to motorized traffic and converted to a pedestrian thoroughfare. Among Tokyo’s shopping districts, Ginza boasts the highest concentration of Western brands. The area’s reputation for trendsetting extends back to the Meiji Restoration when it was proclaimed a “model of modernization.” Visiting Ginza is practically a must.