- Old shops since the Edo era to popular stores, Coredo is full of "food" from all over Japan and "things" strictly Made in Japan.
- A high-grade space with old traditional restaurants in the bottom layer, and luxury hotel on the top layer.
- Aside from restaurants and boutiques, there are numerous nail salons employing meticulous, distinctly Japanese techniques.
- Features a line-up of restaurants where you can enjoy unique, high-quality Japanese food for a relatively economical price. The building faces the main street of Ginza, making it easy to access.
- Showrooms displaying some of the world's best interior goods, as well as restaurants critically acclaimed by magazines around the world.
- This sizable restaurant can easily accommodate even large groups. If you're looking to enjoy fine food, this is the place. Convenient access from both Ginza and Yurakucho.
- Featuring spas and restaurants offering foods from various countries, Ginza Glasse caters to the sensibilities of fashionable women.
- Help yourself to exquisite flavors only available in Ginza, at one of the first-class restaurants vying for Michelin stars. And don't miss the choice vintage watches and other treats at Barneys New York.
- On top of the global and popular fashion stores, there is a variety of high-end restaurants where you can get your share of the flavors and hospitality of Japanese chefs.
- A popular spot bustling at night, located on the Corridor street. Filled with laid-back izakayas and stores open until late at night, Nitta building is the place to enjoy Tokyo nightlife.
- An assembly of casually accessible restaurants from long-standing establishments to trendy ones, as well as stores offering goods and services.
- A stylish dining area with a collection of stores that will keep you content from lunch all the way to the bar.
- Facing the main street of Ikebukuro and featuring izakayas, Uniqlo and more, this is a popular spot among the youth.
- A rich variety of stores, from Coach and restaurants produced by established names, to delicacy ＆ sweet shops and art galleries.
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