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Ginza Station opened in 1934 and serves about 250,000 passengers per day. Inside the station, you can find the typical train station things like platforms, ticket stations, information kiosks, and currency exchange. But Ginza also has some awesome stores like Gucci and Hermes. There are also some eateries and vending areas where you can refuel your body with some tasty Asian cuisine.
Right outside the doors of the station, you will be surrounded by Tokyo’s most popular shopping district. No matter which exit you take, you will be near a mall or shopping area. Chuo Dori Street is the main street with a large variety of stores and eateries. Ginza Six is the largest retail space where you can also see artwork by local artisans and go up to the roof garden to get a good view of the Tokyo Tower, Skytree, and Mount Fuji.
Ginza Mitsukoshi is a 12-story shopping bonanza that started out as a kimono fabric store in 1673. With high-end clothing and accessories and a whole floor of duty-free shopping, you will need to refuel at one of the restaurants that cover two whole floors. Don’t miss getting a selfie with the Ginza Shusshe Jizoson statue on top of the building.
Fun Fact: The song "The Love Story of Ginza" by Junko Makimura and Yujiro Ishihara is used as the departure song on the Hibiya Line platforms.
No matter whether you have a few hours or a few days, there are some things you just do not want to miss in Ginza. Don’t go home without visiting some of these popular spots.
Get some awesome selfies with the Godzilla Statue on Yurakucho
Learn about the history of policing in Tokyo and Japan at the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Museum on Kyobashi
Buy some custom chopsticks from Ginza Natsuno on Miyuki Dori where they have more than 2,500 styles to choose from
Get some pictures of the vibrant flowers at Hama-Rikyu Gardens on Hamarikyuteien
Go see the Wako Clock Tower at the Yon-Chome intersection that (almost) always has the correct time
Visit the Tsukiji Hongan-Ji Temple on Tsukiji for some great selfies
See a movie at the Toho Cinema on Yurakucho
Enjoy the amazing gardens on the Imperial Palace grounds on Chiyoda
Tokyo Metro Ginza Line
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
It is hard to enjoy the city when you have your heavy bags to drag around with you. Whether you are coming from work or from across the globe, we have the solution for your luggage problem. Download the Bounce app, find the nearest Bounce location, and leave your belongings while enjoying yourself in Ginza.
From the Imperial Palace to the beaches and parks along Tokyo Bay, no matter what you enjoy doing, Ginza has you covered. Be sure to try some of the local delights like fresh sushi or crab sashimi. Shopping in Ginza is also popular, and they have some of the best shops to choose from. Drop your bags at one of our Bounce locations and hit the town.
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If you want a place where you can spend the whole day, check out Hibiya Park on Hibiya Koen. It is less than a mile from the station. There is so much to do, you may need more than a day to do it all. The 40-acre park was an army training ground until 1903 when it became a city park. The two botanical gardens are filled with luscious flowers, including azaleas, pansies, hydrangeas, roses, and water lilies. The Hibiya Library and Museum has over a dozen exhibits from cities around the area, such as the Chiyoda City Development, the Edo Castle, and the Shogun’s Castle Planning. Be sure to get some selfies at the unique statues such as the pelicans at Pelican Garden and the Liberty Bell donated by the US in 1952. Don’t leave your camera in your luggage when dropping it off at one of our Bounce spots because you will want to capture some of the beauty and history.
Luggage Storage Near Bank of Japan Currency Museum
Do you like money? Well, make sure you stop by this museum then. Less than 10 minutes away from Ginza, the Bank of Japan Currency Museum on Edo Sakura-Dori Street has a huge collection of currency from ancient to modern. There is a 7th-century Fuhonsen copper coin, which was the first metal coin minted in Japan. The Money Pot from Medieval Times in the 16th century is also on display. The late 16th-century gold coin and Japan’s first paper money are next in line with other artifacts from up to the 19th century. The modern times section has the history of the yen and the Bank of Japan as well as interactive displays. Rotating displays and exhibits can feature all sorts of different monetary history. Find the closest Bounce location to leave your bags because you cannot bring them with you.
Luggage Storage Near Odaiba Marine Park
About 10 minutes from Ginza, Odaiba Marine Park on Daiba is filled with unique and fun things to do. Besides the beautiful beach, you can visit the shopping malls for souvenirs, grab some food at the eateries along the shore, and they even have a replica of the Statue of Liberty! Take a water bus ride or walk out to Daiba Park, where you can see the old encampment and cannons from the ancient fortress. Odaiba Rainbow Park and Bridge are also along the eastern side of the beach. Take a walk through the gardens and see the view from the observation deck. Dig for shellfish on Isohama Beach just to the west of the water bus terminal or just sit and enjoy the view. The scenic spots in this corner of the city are many, so you do not have to worry about crowds. Just leave your luggage with one of our Bounce affiliates on the way.
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The price for luggage storage near Ginza is just ¥600/bag for the entire day.
There are multiple locations in the Ginza area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Tokyo Station, Tokyo International Airport, and Kamiyacho and all over Tokyo.
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Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the Ginza area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby Ginza and in the broader Tokyo area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near Ginza are Royal Park Hotel, Apa Hotel, and Millenium Mitui Garden Hotel. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near Ginza are First Cabin Kyobashi.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near Ginza are Kyubey Ginza, Gado-shita, and Sukiyabashi Jiro.
Check out the nearby Chidorigafuchi, Hamarikyu Gardens, and Imperial Palace East Gardens.
You can find local tourist information at Hama-rikyu Gardens, Edo Castle Honmaru Goten Palace, and Hakucho-bori Moat. Additionally, guideposts can be accessed at Hakucho-bori Moat to make the most of your trip.
While nearby, you can check out Advertising Museum Tokyo, National Showa Memorial Museum, and Idemitsu Museum of Arts.