A bonsai gallery, specialty shop of suiseki and other related items, and outlet of rental displays where a large number of refined seasonal bonsai are available all year round.
In the same way as we are all individuals, each bonsai has its own character. Come visit us to find the one for you.
We look forward to serving you.
|Address||Ginshichi Building 1F
7-9-10 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
Weekends and public holidays 11：00-18：00
|Holiday||Closed during the year-end through New Year holidays|
We are a specialty tableware retail and import trading company that directly imports brand-name tableware from around the world.
Our vast collection has top brands such as Wedgwood, Baccarat, and Hermes as well as exquisite items selected carefully by our buyers from worldwide sellers.
Over 200 brands including Wedgwood, Baccarat, Hermes, Meissen, Herend, and Swarovski.
|Address||GINZA Fujiya Building 1F
1-3-1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Holiday||Irregular holidays・Closed on December 31 and January 1|
A long established specialty store founded in 1663 to deal in incense, calligraphy supplies and Japanese paper goods.
You can find postcards, stationary, envelopes, gift envelopes, Japanese paper handicrafts and seasonal products on 1F. Incense, incense sticks, scent bags and calligraphy supplies can be found on 2F.
We aim to provide complete lineups of products to the satisfaction not only of specialists but also of those who want to introduce “Japanese elements” into their everyday life.
|Address||Kyukyodo Building 1F・2F Store 3F・4F Gallery
5-7-4 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo
|Hours||Mon-Sat 10：00〜19：00 store
Sun & holidays 11：00〜19：00 store
Tue-Sat 11：00〜19：00 gallery
Sun 11：00〜17：00 gallery
|Holiday||Open throughout the year.(store)
New year holidays(1/1～1/3)
There is some special holidays.
Gallery's holidays Monday
Specialty shop for Buddhist altars and altar fittings that opened in 1792.
In our showroom, we offer numerous different types, from small, modern Buddhist altars to match an apartment living room to traditional Buddhist altars made with ebony, red sandalwood, ancient Yakushima cedar or mulberry wood and Tokyo-style foreign wood alters that show off the skills of Tokyo-designated traditional craftspersons.
There is also a wide range of accessories such as incense, candles, prayer beads and altar fittings.
|Address||7-14-3 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo|
|Hours||Open 7 days a week 10:00-18:00|
|Holiday||Excluding New Year holidays|
Four hundred forty years of Koju creations, brought out of tradition into the modern era. The scent of incense is something that cannot be seen but is surely present. It has the power to work on the heart, to change the time and space where people dwell. From ancient times, people have believed in the power of incense, entrusting prayers and wishes to the curling wisps of smoke they send upward.
Across time, incense has become part of our life culture, connecting people to people, becoming a self expression and a pastime of spirit.
This elegant element of historic Kyoto culture intertwines with new creativity from Tokyo Ginza, providing modern incense for spiritually enriched living.
|Address||Nippon Kodo HD Bldg. B1, 4-9-1 Ginza, Chuo-Ku, Tokyo|
|Hours||Mon.~ Sun.11:00am ~ 7:00pm|
|Holiday||Closed on December 31 and January 1|