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GinzaSix The newest in Tokyo luxury

Just this past April, a new department store opened in Tokyo after much anticipation. GINZA SIX is located in Ginza’s sixth district and, unlike other shopping centers, is built with international clientele in mind. Ginza, one of the most luxurious shopping districts in Tokyo and the world, attracts visitors from all over with everything from the latest tech to exclusive runway pieces. Now, GINZA SIX promises to further delight and better assist discerning visitors.

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GINZA SIX reflects the beauty and history of the area, creating a luxurious ambience full of culture. The exterior of the building was designed by Japanese architect Yoshio Taniguchi in collaboration with Kajima Corporation and inspired by traditional entrance curtains, or noren. Meanwhile, the interior common areas were designed by French interior designer Gwenael Nicolas to create movement and encourage shoppers to explore. The central atrium hosts art installations by famous artists, while the B1F is home to the Kanze Noh Theater. The newcomer stands 13 stories high with an additional six underground and a rooftop terrace with views of Tokyo Tower and SkyTree.

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GINZA SIX is currently the largest retail space in the neighborhood with nearly 250 stores, over half of which are flagships. You’ll find international favorites like Valentino and Rolex, as well as respected Japanese brands such as Okano, a kimono store that specializes in traditional dying techniques. In addition to standard inventory, many of the stores also sell items exclusive to GINZA SIX.

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If you find yourself hungry, GINZA SIX also offers a variety of food options for all budgets. In B2F you can find the depachika, or food hall. Here you can buy cookies, wines, baked goods, and other foodstuffs. If you’re looking for a sit-down restaurant, head to the higher floors for high-end restaurants that serve food like sushi, French, tapas, and grilled beef. And for ultimate luxury, head to the top floor to lounge at The Grand Ginza, sip on a tea-based cocktail at Mixology Salon, or dine at L'homme du Temps signéànu.

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Omotenashi Service

The shopping mall offers a variety of features for international visitors, such as a multilingual customer service desk, a duty-free counter, currency exchange, and delivery services. A 24-hour convenience store called Terminal Ginza also serves as a great souvenir shop, selling goods from local manufacturers. On Mihara Terrace, you can catch a bus for sightseeing or, if you’ve driven, you can drop your car off at the valet. Shops are open from 10:30 to 20:30, while the restaurants are open from 11:00 to 23:30. Free wifi is available.

With top international and domestic brands, GINZA SIX is a hub for style and luxury. And with special attention given to international visitors, you can experience stress-free shopping and amazing Japanese hospitality. At GINZA SIX you can grab couture goods duty-free, pick up souvenirs to bring home, take a ride on the tour bus, and enjoy fine dining with a view. The department store is centrally located and within 10 minutes walking distance from four stations.


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