This specialty toy shop spans the ground floor to the fourth floor and has about 200,000 items including toys, stuffed toys, licensed-character merchandise, and variety goods. In addition to shopping, you can also enjoy racing minicars on the slot car circuit "HAKUHINKAN RACING PARK" (200 yen for 5 min.) and there is a doob 3D Ginza shop as well where you can create a 3D figure of yourself.
|Address||8-8-11 Ginza, Chuo-ku|
|Hours||Mon. to Sun. 11:00-20:00|
|Holiday||Open 365 days|
A camera store close to Ginza 4-chome Crossing.
From new and used cameras to Leica and Nikon collectibles, we have a wide variety of cameras for you.
|Address||Ginza Koty Building 1F
5-9-1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||New Year's holiday January 1st to 3rd|
We are proud to be the largest musical instrument store in Japan, offering a massive fourteen floors of instruments, CDs, Sheet Music and other associated services and paraphernalia. Our services include a music academy on 10-12F, a concert hall on 7-9F, and a live house on B2F.
Being the Yamaha flagship store, we are always running a variety of promotions in order to keep our customers connected with the latest and best products for the most competitive prices.
Please come in and enjoy a day of music and shopping. We look forward to seeing you soon.
|Address||YAMAHA GINZA Building B2F-12F
7-9-14 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Closed for maintenance on every second Tuesday of the Month and New Years holidays.|
Established in 1892. We offer enjoyable living with music based on our corporate philosophy of “Contributing to society through the promotion of music.”
In addition to selling CDs, DVDs, instruments and pianos, we also hold music classes and dance classes. We strive to always develop music culture together with the trends of the times through activities such as the Big Band Jazz Contest put on by university students that we have continued hosting since 1970.
|Address||4-5-6 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Holiday||Closed on January 1, Irregular holidays as noted|
Founded in 1874 as Japan’s first western musical instrument shop.
Currently we continue to convey culture and music through our Ginza Jujiya Harp & Flute Salon.
|Address||Ginza Hata Building 5F
4-4-5 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Closed on public holidays and New Year holiday|