Nihombashi Takashimaya S.C.

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    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
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  3. Takashimaya Nihombashi
    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
  4. Takashimaya Nihombashi
    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
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    Photo: Kisa Toyoshima
  6. Nihombashi Takashimaya S.C.
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Time Out says

Adjacent to Nihombashi's oldest department store, Nihombashi Takashimaya, is its new sister store which first opened its doors in autumn of 2018. Takashimaya Nihombashi S.C. offers nearly as many luxuries as the original building while catering to the busy Tokyoites who pass through the area with its fast serving eateries on the basement floor. 

Details

Address:
2-4-1 Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku
Tokyo
Transport:
Nihombashi Station (Asakusa, Ginza, Tozai lines)
Opening hours:
Main building 10.30am-7.30pm, Annex 10.30am-8pm, East Building 10.30am-9pm daily

What’s on

Marebito and Festival: The Mystery of Prayer, the Power of Art

Throughout human history, civilisations have battled all kinds of plagues and illnesses that threatened populations and spread at alarming rates. When the medicine that was available failed to limit such epidemics, people often turned to supernatural powers and practised spiritual rituals to be spared from sickness and other misfortune.  Now, as the world is battling another pandemic, this timely exhibition explores the ancient rituals that were tied to the Japanese legends of the marebito, supernatural beings who were thought to bring happiness and good fortune to villages around Japan.  This collection of photographs, taken by Naoki Ishikawa and Taro Okamoto, is an insight to how people perceive the mythology of the marebito in modern day, through the curious rituals and festivals that are still celebrated in some parts of Japan. 

Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C. BBQ Beer Garden

  • Food and drink events

The rooftop of Nihonbashi Takashimaya S.C. is opening right before Golden Week, transforming the breezy space into a beer garden until October 18. You can feast on a surf and turf course (¥6,000) with meats like rib fingers and sausages, and seafood including marinated tuna and shrimp. The meal plan comes complete with a healthy serving of veggies like sweet corn, mushrooms, coleslaw and edamame. You can also add a generous slab of bone steak for ¥1,500. A two-hour all-you-can-drink deal is included in your meal.

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