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A lovely 1930s flagship store with excellent shopping, and above average food hall. Also note that on the 8th floor there is an outstanding use of space - premium gardens complete with shrine and fountain to sit and enjoy your lunch.
A lot of high end products sold in this mall. Staff are polite and will greet you as you walk by.
There is a big foodhall in the lower floor where you can get reasonable price food.
There are also many restaurants on the top...More
Most tourists, especially Chinese tourists, clutter around Ginza 4-chome, on either side. It is well worth your time to stroll further to Takashimaya Nihombashi, an architecturally classic example of the Showa period. It was the first department store to provide air conditioning in Japan, and...More
This shopping center is a center for all the high brand and designer products, nothing there from an unknown producers, all is 1st class category, it consist of 2 buildings the old one and the new one. I only visited the old one and it...More
Have been to Takishamaya in NYC so had to visit while in Tokyo! Lower level is a huge variety of foods... some to eat in, some to take away. So many beautiful presentations it’s hard to take it all in. The care and details in...More
Takashimaya has been and always will be a nice place to shop. Located in a quaint building in Nihonbashi area and walking distance from Ginza. I love the food area in the basement. For tourist, you can get a hello kitty card which is functioning...More
This is a great experience to see when this store first opens. All the employees bow to you as you pass. I don’t think the locals appreciate it as much as we did. We didn’t buy anything though because it is very expensive.
When I lived in Tokyo in the early 1990s, I only ever went to Takashimaya too oogle and buy the odd bottle of Leroy Burgundy that were in the wine department. Sounds ridiculous I know, but I only wish I had bought more as the...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular