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Reviewed on Dec 5, 2019
Nihonbashi, located in Tokyo’s central ward Chuo-ku, has long been renowned for being both the home of Japan’s financial industry, including the Bank of Japan’s head office and the Tokyo Stock Exchange, as well as one of the city’s top department store and wholesale districts. The name Nihonbashi is derived from the famous bridge (“Bashi”) spanning the Nihonbashi River, which as stood since the 1600s. An important cultural icon, the Nihonbashi Bridge displays artistic motifs such as giraffes and lions. The bridge is also known as the starting point for the country’s National Highway No. 1.
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While most famous for department stores – especially Mitsukoshi – Nihonbashi has recently established itself as a gourmet dining destination of choice. New multi-restaurant complexes such as Koredo Nihonbashi offer a delicious array of top dining options, covering traditional Japanese cuisine to modern Asian fusion. The area becomes particularly alive on weekends, as families come from throughout the Tokyo area to shop and dine. And after a day of shopping and an evening of fine food, getting back to your hotel is a breeze thanks to Nihonbashi’s excellent transit connections and compact walkability.
In Nihonbashi, the best of old and new Japanese traditions mix effortlessly. Enjoy the area’s charm and make sure to find the best Nihonbashi hotel for you on Expedia today.