Time Out says
If you just can’t get enough of stationery, this store is your happy place. Re-opened in summer 2015 and spread across 12 floors, G.Itoya sells everyday stationery and Japanese calligraphy goods, plus fancy fountain pens, art tools, globes and so on. The first eight floors are reserved for shopping and are divided by function ('home', 'desk' and so on), while the tenth floor has space for meetings and the 11th boasts an urban vegetable farm with salad grown in very high-tech bins; the greens are then used in dishes served in the slick café one storey up. Pick up some essentials for your work or studyplace here, or just a well-made postcard to send to someone back home. They also have an annex, K.Itoya, located right behind the main building and stocking even more Japanese-style stationery supplies.
2-7-15 Ginza, Chuo-ku
|Transport:||Ginza Station (Marunouchi, Hibiya, Ginza lines)|
|Opening hours:||10am-8pm (Sun & hols until 7pm). 12F café until 10pm daily (last orders 9pm)|