Each year from late March to November, Ōi Keibajō, also known as Tokyo City Keibajō, offers night-time ‘Twinkle Races’. The races are...
Situated right on Sukiyabashi Crossing is the Sony Building, which attracts gadget hounds in search of gizmos that have yet to be...
Ginza Graphic Gallery
Monthly changing exhibits of graphic arts from mostly Japanese but with the occasional Western artist, with a focus on advertising and...
In what must be one of the slickest tearooms in Tokyo, customers can plunk down ¥500 for a seat on one of the 2nd-floor benches, a cup...
Participate in Tokyoites' favourite pastime – waiting in line – at this bustling Belgian waffle stand. They taste as good as they smell,...
5-7-4 Ginza · interesting places nearby
Gorgeous traditional Japanese paper and note cards welcome you to the ground floor of this store in business since the early Edo period (the current building is 20th century). Upstairs, art is sold on shikishi (cardboard canvases), alongside hanging scrolls to display them. Should you want to try your own art, there are traditional brushes and ink stones, even incense for inspiration.