Fancy Places to Go with Kimono in Ginza
Let’s Explore Ginza in Kimono！
Ginza closest to Tokyo Metro Ginza Station is one of Japan’s leading international tourist attractions, downtown area. You can enjoy old and new at once, such as a place where you can feel history and tradition, new commercial facilities and so on.
It is also attractive to let the feeling of the downtown feel while the townscape, the main street, and the alley are combined. Speaking of sightseeing spots that match to walk within these Japanese clothes, kimono, many people associate Asakusa and Kyoto, but in reality, Ginza is also a very good spot! From adults to small children can enjoy sightseeing safely,
Here we would like to introduce the charm of some places in Ginza area.
Number One, The Must Visited Place in Ginza!
Speaking of Ginza’s sights, we can not skip this place called “Kabuki-za”.
Kabuki-za with an old history began with the first stage Kabukiza in 1889 (Meiji 22)
It was renewed as the current Kabukiza after the rebuilding period of 3 years on 20 April (Heisei 20, Heisei 20). Although it is “Japanese Kabuki” which is a Japanese traditional art, you can freely wear anything such as jeans or T-shirts. However, if you are planning to go to the Kabukiza, we recommend that you wear kimonos! Even more unusual feeling can be experienced, it will be a day that you can immerse in Japanese traditional culture!
In the Kabuki-za sightseeing, we would like to introduce you to the Japanese garden at Kabuki-za Tower 5F.
After seeing Kabuki and enjoying traditional arts,
Please feel at ease by sitting on the bench at the edge of the garden and enjoying the scenery that you can not imagine being in the city center.
Why do not you spend your time relaxing while dressed in kimono?
Address: 12-15 Ginza 4-Chome, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Transportation Access: Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line / Toei Asakusa Line East Ginza Station [Exit 3]
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line · Marunouchi Line · Hibiya Line Ginza Station [Exit A 7] 5 minutes on foot
Official website: Here!
Perfect Destination Near Ginza in Every Season
A green oasis in the business district, Hibiya Park is also famous as a park where the seasonal flowers bloom. Of course, you can enjoy Japanese national flowers and cherry blossoms in the spring. “Seagull Field” or Kamome Hiroba is one of recommended place.
Although there are not many cherry blossoms, there are various kinds such as Yoshino cherry tree, and Risato cherry blossoms, You can enjoy the sakura sightseeing without getting tired.
Why do not you enjoy the space of healing as you can not think of the city center surrounded by plenty of flowers and greenery? Events and flea markets may be held in the open space too.
We recommend that you check the event information in advance and visit this park!
Address: Hibiya Park, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Phone number: 03-3501-6428
Opening day: Open all the time
Entrance fee: Free
Transportation Access: Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line · Chiyoda Line “Hibiya”
8-minute walk from JR “Yurakucho”
Sweets and Dessert to Complete Your Day in Ginza ♪
1. Palace Hotel
Afternoon tea is a custom from the UK.
Parts where sophisticated knowledge such as dishes, foods, furnishings, flowers, manners, etc. are needed as a place of socialization rather than enjoying eating and drinking
There may be places where you can communicate with the Japanese “tea ceremony”.
Although an elegant and hard image may be strong, there is no clothing regulation for this.
However, it is safe to go with clothing which is slightly more fashionable than casual clothes whenever you go to this fancy place. Of course, it is OK to go with kimono ♪
Speaking of afternoon tea is a “cake stand” of three dishes!
Here, the Palace Hotel’s afternoon tea is contained in 3 layers of lacquered wrapping box!
Not only scones and cakes indispensable for afternoon tea but also luxurious content with Temari sushi and Japanese sweets.
【Palace Hotel The Palace Lounge】
Address: 1-1F Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 100-0005 1F
Transportation Access: Directly connected to Otemachi Subway Station Marunouchi Line
8 minutes on foot from Tokyo Station Marunouchi North Exit
Reservation · Inquiries: 03-3211-5309
Official HP: Here!
2.SALON GINZA SABOU
Sweetness · gourmet you can feel the good old food culture of Japan even now.
Together with the Japanese tea that the world draws attention, it is a space that you can taste homemade Japanese sweets. This is a shop with a shop and a cafe where you can buy sundries and ingredients, It will be a shop where you can enjoy shopping with meals ♪
Also, this is a shop in a commercial facility called Tokyu Plaza, There is a place called the Kiriko lounge where you can relax by sitting on the sofa seat in the hall. This place is a night view spot that overlooks the city of Ginza and the night sky at night! The decorated on the high ceiling which has become a colonnade is the lighting with the motif of Edo Kiriko,
Please come by all means when you are nearby with your kimono!
【SALON GINZA SABOU】
Nearest station: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line “Ginza Station” C2 / C3 Exit 1 Minute Walk
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line · Chiyoda Line, Toei Subway Mita Line “Hibiya Station” Exit A1 Exit A 2 Minute Walk
Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line “Yurakucho Station” A 0 Exit A 2 Minute Walk
Opening hours: 11: 00-22: 00 (L.O.21: 00) Sunday open
Official website: Here!
How was it? In the city for people who love the fine quality, Ginza is packed with a lot of hidden charm like this. A city where history, tradition, innovation and fashion mix, Ginza.
The pride that such a city possesses may keep attracting people even now and again.
Shopping is also nice, but walking around within kimono in Ginza sightseeing places is also fun.
Ginza sightseeing can provide experience in both history and Japanese culture and cutting edge. Why do not you strolling through the Ginza streets with kimonos on your next visit?
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