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Answered 7 months ago

best bakery in Ginza

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Chocolate bread from Johan is so so so good!http://www.johan.co.jp/product/kodawari/You'll have to line up and get a ticket to purchase this bread because it is so popular. The shop is on the underground floor of Ginza Mitsukoshi department store.It's more close to Ginza Icchome Station, but CENT...

Answered 7 months ago

best bakery in Ginza

leo leo, Living in Japan

How  about Kimuraya? It's a long-established bakery which is famous for An Pan (bread with sweet bean paste). They have cafe on the second floor of the store. The bakery will be in front of you, if you take the A3 exit of Ginza station.

Answered 9 months ago

I am staying in Daiwa Roynet Hotel Ginza. Do you know the best way to go to the Haneda Airport ? I checked the Limiousine Bus but the timing only in the afternoon. I need to reach the airport at 7am.

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Japanese train are usually strict about time, but sometimes they delay in the morning because by rush or accidents. It is always safe to plan your schedule to be at the airport 30 min - 1 hour earlier than the time you want to be there. There are STARBUCKS, etc open from the morning so you can ha...

Answered 9 months ago

I am staying in Daiwa Roynet Hotel Ginza. Do you know the best way to go to the Haneda Airport ? I checked the Limiousine Bus but the timing only in the afternoon. I need to reach the airport at 7am.

Matt Watson Matt Watson, Living in Japan

You could risk it with the train in the morning. You should be early enough to miss morning rush hour traffic. However, your safest bet at that point is to take a cab.A mixture of the two will also probably work. e.g. take a cab to Shinbashi/Yurakucho/Tokyo Station, use the Yamonote Line (Green) ...

Answered 9 months ago

Best coffee shop in ginza

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

I have been to these two places and were quite fine. Lighting was a bit dark and that felt cozy.Sajikkenhttp://www.yanaka-coffeeten.com/sanjikken/sanjikken.htmKazuma Coffeehttp://www.hh.e-mansion.com/~kazuma-cafe/Another one is Rin, I heard from my friend that there is a great atmosphere.Rinhttp:...

Published 10 months ago

20 Awesome Things To Do In Ginza To Experience Style and Culture

20 Awesome Things To Do In Ginza To Experience Style and Culture

Ginza is not only the center of high-end shopping, but it is also where the latest trends from the world over converge with timeless traditions. To make sure that you arrive at this experience when traveling to Ginza, here’s a guide on what to do and what to check out in the area.

Answered 10 months ago

Can someone please suggest some sushi places in Tokyo (Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo Station, Ueno, Roppongi) that are not on the very high end (less than 100,000YEN per person)?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Otaru Masa sushi in Shinjukuhttp://www.masazushi.co.jp/shop_shinjuku.htmlMasa Sushi is a famous sushi place in Otaru, Hokkaido. You can enjoy fresh seafood shipped from Hokkaido :)Manten Sushi near Tokyo stationhttp://www.manten-sushi.com/I have not been to this place but my friend once recommend...

Answered 10 months ago

Can someone please suggest some sushi places in Tokyo (Ginza, Shibuya, Shinjuku, Tokyo Station, Ueno, Roppongi) that are not on the very high end (less than 100,000YEN per person)?

Mari Takahashi Mari Takahashi, Living in Japan

Here are places I have been and would like to recommend to anyone!- GinzaNemuro Hanamaru (根室花まる)http://www.sushi-hanamaru.com/la_en/index.htmlThis is a conveyor belt type sushi restaurant, but don't underestimate the quality. The shop is originally from Hokkaido, where is one of the best seafood ...

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