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Another nice high end department store - but the food basement on the bottom is great - but also similar to high end department stores. No real need to stop in here - largely same goods as in the US and everywhere else.
None of our party are big shoppers so we headed for the two basement floors on advice of others on TA. This was a great move - floor B1 was mostly packaged goods predominantly sweets,
Snacks and biscuits and B2 has a fabulous beef counter...More
The Ginza area of Tokyo has multiple large, well-stocked and attractive department stores. You can find anything and everything in these stores. Matsuya occupies almost an entire block and 8 floors. The displays are attractive, and there is a wide range of options, prices and...More
No doubt it is a beautiful stores, location is spectacular and the presentation is incredible but what about the people? the Service? the prices? really $50 for one mango? they did look beautiful. we bought some French cheeses with fresh baguette and both were top...More
A famous department store offering a wide range of international and local brands products - men & women fashion wear, children toys, sportswear, cosmetics, household goods, etc. Normally in department stores, I love going to the basements - B2 and B3 for foodstuff, fresh food,...More
Huge shopping mall 8 floors and great food gallery in the basement. While there is no big price differences between different shopping malls in Ginza, i liked Matsuya as they are very easy with tax free refund and do it with no commission withheld, while...More
If you wear Asian size clothing and are looking for clothing, jewelry or accessories, you will probably like this store and I would recommend it. Lots of lovely variety.
If you are a tall Caucasian, like me, the clothes won't fit. I did buy several...More
This is an upscale department store in Ginza, a short subway ride from our Hilton in Shinjuku. The basement food gallery (octupus,etc) is similar to Harrod's in London. Bought rice crackers rolled to look like mini 1" geishas.Few clerks spoke English but we were with...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