I really enjoyed visiting the famous department stores of Ginza. We didn't do much actual shopping (much of it's pretty high-end around here!), but the browsing was excellent! I highly recommend visiting the Food Halls (usually found in the basement level), where you can see the most beautifully presented food you've ever seen, taste some samples and grab a delectable snack! Unfortunately not many of them actually have seating areas. Also, check out the store guides, and go to the floor selling homewares, 'gifts' and kimono - these three are usually grouped together, and it was a great insight into what people have in their homes, typical wedding gifts, traditional products such as ceramics and woodware (these items are set out as if on display in an art gallery - amazing!) and kimono and other traditional products. Even my partner enjoyed it (particularly the amazing Japanese kitchen knives). Some of the department stores have been in operation since the 1600s, and their level of service is out of this world!
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