Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Budget and luxury shopping of Ginza @ Tokyo, Japan

Most of people would think that you can only do luxury shopping in Ginza, Tokyo. Many do not know that there are one popular budget clothing outlet in Ginza which is GU. Unlike Uniqlo, GU is a budget line of clothing from Uniqlo. Besides clothing, Ginza also have many good restaurants, dessert shops and electrical equipment stores. Ginza is a place where virtually every leading brand name in fashion and cosmetics has a presence. Here also you can find huge Japanese department stores such as Mitsukoshi and Matsuya.

High end Bose speakers in Softbank electronic store. There is high demand market in Tokyo for these high end speakers as Japanese purchasing power are high.


Largest GU clothing store in Tokyo located in Ginza. Lets see below on what GU have in its store.

Light winter clothing.

Reasonable priced shoes. Around 1490 to 1990 Yen per pair.

Trendy backpack at 1,990 Yen.

Long sleeve clothing.

Clothing features in GU Ginza.

Ginza also have huge Uniqlo store which is 10 storey high. Unfortunately the price is not cheaper compared to Malaysia.

Huge selection in Uniqlo Ginza.

Creative spinning model display.

One whole floor dedicated for T-shirts.

Japanese message T-shirts.

Le Cafe Doutor with flower shop beside.

This shop selling so many types of mochi and dorayaki. Its sakura mochi which is wrapped by cherry leaf is delicious but the price is expensive at 280 Yen per piece.

Famous Seiko building in Ginza.

Katsumido is a popular camera shop in Ginza which already in business for generations.

A man looking at used cameras. All the cameras are in good condition.

At the top of Ricoh building in Ginza, there is wind generator and solar panels. The floor below with a screen showing the public how much green energy it generates. Green energy is the way to go. No wonder Tokyo is such a huge megalopolis but the air still clean.

GPS/Coordinate: 35.670846, 139.764480
Address: Chuo, Ginza, 6 Chome−9, Tokyo.
Public transport: Ginza or Higashiginza station via Tokyo metro.


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