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If you plan to stay in Ginza, you'll have no excuse to miss seeing Tokyo Imperial Palace. This world-famous attraction lures travelers from all corners of the globe. Ready to see what all the fuss is about?
If you're up for seeing a few of the local highlights, head on over to Tsukiji Fish Market and National Diet Building. These attractions are only a short distance away.
Theater can challenge our thinking and asks us to aspire to be more. Attend a play at Kabuki-za Theatre and open your mind to another way of thinking. There's a great range of things to keep you busy in this destination. Watch workers bustling in and out of Tokyo Stock Exchange. This notable building is a thriving business hub. Still have some time to spare? Body wash, shampoo and a toothbrush are a few of the items you need when traveling. But — if you happen to forget your toiletry bag, you should be able to stock up at Mitsukoshi.
Life is either an extraordinary adventure or nothing at all, so why not open yourself up to some new and interesting experiences?
Below are just some of the awesome activities that we recommend for your trip to Ginza:
If you want to check out the full range of activities, jump onto our Ginza things to do page.
With a great range of accommodations to decide from in Ginza, you'll be sure to discover one that's ideal. Luxury getaways and cheap vacations — Expedia has everything you need.
If you're looking to save a few dollars, there are some great budget accommodations here, such as the First Cabin Atagoyama (3-10-7 Nishishinbashi Minatoku) and the First Cabin Tsukiji (2-11-10 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku). On the other hand, we all deserve to splurge sometimes. So, for a little luxury, the Andaz Tokyo Toranomon Hills - a concept by Hyatt (1-23-4 Toranomon, Minato-ku) is a tempting option. Alternatively, try the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi (1-11-1 Marunouchi).
Ginza provides some popular options for those who would like to stay close to Tokyo Imperial Palace. Both The Peninsula Tokyo and the Palace Hotel Tokyo are within strolling distance of this world-famous attraction.
Get your hands on a snack, listen to some music and get started on those in-flight movies. In no time you'll be touching down at Haneda Airport (HND)! Situated 8 miles (13 km) south of Ginza, is this destination's nearest terminal.
Hotel is in a small backstreet and taxi drivers have a great difficulty in finding it. If you need to use a taxi to return to the hotel, get the address in Japanese from reception before leaving. Otherwise no problems. Room size is good for cental Tokyo. Staff are friendly and efficient. Breakfast ...
We stayed in this hotel about 6 days in early February, The hotel is a short walk from Shimbashi station. If you happened to arrive from Haneda Airport, it takes only 25-30min train and from the station, takes 5-10min to walk to the hotel. The front desk staff speak really good english however in ...
Location, room are perfect. Only staffs are too slow when checking in. Don’t understand why it took so long to checking in.
There is full amenities. The pillow is the flat and thin style. There is a convienent store near by. About 7 minutes walk to the closed metro. About 15 mins walk to Tokyo station.
This property had everything we needed for a fair price. The room wasn't too small, the location wasn't terrible, the staff were very friendly as they usually are in Japan. They gave us free breakfast for one day at the restaurant downstairs and it was exceptional. Nothing was "the best" but for ...
The adjoining room for families is a great feature. Hotel is close to great shopping districts and good restaurants.
Excellent service. Nothing was too difficult. Generous amenities. Excellent location , much better than staying in areas such as Shinjuku. Quieter and yet surrounded by shops and restaurants.