Even with the bronze lions guarding it, you could be forgiven for walking right past this granite bridge under an expressway, where...
Mitsui Memorial Museum
Stately wood panelling surrounds a small collection of traditional Japanese art and artefacts, including ceramics, paintings, and nō ...
In Japan, even the humble kite can be an art form. There are 300 or so kites in this small but fascinating museum, including brilliantly...
It may be in the lofty confines of Marubiru, but this friendly, workmanlike sushi shop feels like Tsukiji. Single serves are pretty...
Lonely Planet review
One of Ginza's grande dames, Mitsukoshi embodies the essence of the Tokyo department store, and it gleams after a recent renovation. You'll find a variety of exciting treasures tucked inside, such as the 2nd-floor's outpost of Ladurée – the Parisian macaron monolith – decked out like a giant pastel Easter egg. A crown of restaurants are lofted on the building's top floors, ensuring you get some heady views of pulsing neon signs. The original Mitsukoshi department store is located north of Ginza's main drag near Mitsukoshimae Station.