We sell rare Japanese sake carefully selected from around the country. We also have a great collection of exciting products such as shop-original sake brands and sake bottle cases. They are wonderful for use at home or as special gifts.
Main brands: Koshino Kanbai, Hakkaisan, Shimeharitsuru, Hokusetsu, Kirinzan, Kakurei, Born, Ryusei, Daikoku Masamune, Noguchi, and shop-limited Napa premium wines.
|Address||1F SK Bldg. 7-14-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku|
|Hours||Mon.-Fri. 11:00a.m-7:30p.m Sat.& Hol. 1:00a.m-5:00p.m|
Fujiki, a liquor store in Ginza, has become a wine specialty store.
We usually offer 300 kinds of wine, with a focus on “natural wine” carefully made from organic grapes. Our main price range is from ￥2,000 to ￥3,000, so you will definitely find a perfect product for drinking at home or for gift-giving.
Sommeliers/wine advisers also stands ready to advise you. Please feel free to ask any questions.
|Address||4-7-12 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
A handbag specialty store on Ginza 5-chome Ginza-dori.
We offer you special, classy, sophisticated and easy-to use bags.
The 2nd floor is British designer, “Margaret Howell”‘s Ginza store.
We look forward to your visit.
|Address||Ginza Daikokuya Building 1・2F
5-7-6 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Open seven days a week
Closed on December 31 and January 1
The founder left his hometown in Echigo (Niigata) to start a noren (traditional Japanese fabric divider)-dyeing business in Edo (Tokyo).
The business developed and he started to deal in silk/cotton kimono. Eventually Echigoya was founded when he opened a kimono store by the name in Kyobashi Minami-denma-cho in 1755.
The store was moved to the present location by the second owner. More than 250 years after the establishment, the colors and patterns unique to Echigoya are now inherited by the eighth successor.
|Address||GINZA TRECIOUS 1F
2-6-5 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
Sunday & public holidays 12：00～18：00
|Holiday||Closed on December 30 to January 1|
Our gallery is suitable for a wide variety of exhibitions including paintings, calligraphy, three-dimensional works, ceramics and illustrations. It’s in a good location just a 2-minute walk from Ginza 4-chome Crossing, with a 3.4 meter show-window facing Azuma Dori.
The 1st and 2nd floors are maisonette-type exhibition venues. Vehicles can pull up alongside to carry in and out art works. A space for storing empty boxes is available. A resting room, a washroom and a kitchenette are also available. Gallery staff is always stationed.
|Address||Ginza New Central Building 1F
5-9-14 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Open seven days a week|