Enjoy Ginbura in Ginza's famous "pedestrian paradise"!
Since the Meiji era (1868-1912), Ginza has been a fashionable district full of Western culture, lined with Western-style restaurants, bakeries, and Western furniture and clothing stores. Many people flocked to this cutting-edge district, and soon it became fashionable to walk around Ginza without any particular purpose in mind. In the Taisho era (1912-1926), the term "Ginbura" was coined to describe wandering around Ginza. After World War II, Ginza-dori Avenue was extensively renovated into a modern street, and in 1970 (Showa 45), for the first time, a "pedestrian paradise" using the roadways as pedestrian-only walkways took place and became popular. The pedestrian paradise in Ginza, which is now a familiar sight, is held on weekends and holidays on Chuo-dori Avenue from the Ginza-dori guchi intersection to the Ginza 8-chome intersection. On a day off, why not take a leisurely stroll along the wide street and rediscover the charm of historic Ginza?
Chuo-dori Avenue becomes a bustling pedestrian paradise on holidays. © TCVB
GINZA SIX, facing Chuo-dori Avenue, is the largest commercial facility in the Ginza area.
The landmark Ginza Wako main store at the 4-chome intersection. © TCVB
4-chome intersection, with GINZA PLACE on the left and San-Ai Dream Center on the right. © TCVB
GINZA PEDESTRIAN PARADISE
From Ginza-dori intersection to Ginza 8-cyome intersection
Immediately from A1・2・3 exit of Tokyo Metro Ginza Line・Marunouchi Line・Hibiya Line Ginza Station