Ginza guide map 2024
Photo: Time Out Tokyo

Time Out Tokyo releases the seventh edition of 31 Things to Do in Ginza guide map

The newly updated Ginza map recommends the best things to do plus restaurants and bars in Tokyo’s foremost shopping district

Kaila Imada

Published in collaboration with Ginza Information Management (GIM), the latest Time Out Tokyo '31 Things to Do in Ginza' guide map is out now. The 2024 edition narrows in on 31 of the most exciting venues in Tokyo's glitziest district, with selection ranging from long-established restaurants and cool bars to amazing shops and kid-friendly activities.

Additionally, the guide map also offers information on the best free resting spots in Ginza, temporary emergency shelters (in case of a natural disaster), and accessible facilities around Ginza Station.

Here are three venues featured in the guide map.

トラヤ ギンザ
Photo: Kisa Toyoshima

Toraya Ginza recently reopened in a stunning new space dedicated to the beautiful world of Japanese tea-time sweets known as wagashi. The highlight here is the special counter, where you can order tea and wagashi made-to-order right in front of you. 

黒田陶苑 本店
Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

Opened just this spring, Ginza Kuroda Touen carries innovative crafts by Japanese artisans and ceramicists. The shop, which also functions as a gallery, features a gorgeous interior designed by acclaimed architect Hiroshi Naito.

博品館 トイパーク
Photo: Keisuke Tanigawa

Bring your little ones to Hakuhinkan Toy Park, Ginza's multi-storey toy emporium. As one of Tokyo's biggest toy stores, it offers everything from Shiba inu plushies to anime and manga figurines. Don’t miss the toy car race track – a five-minute playtime costs just ¥200.

Pick up a FREE copy of the Time Out Tokyo Ginza guide map now. You’ll find it at the G Info Ginza Tourist Information Center as well as Haneda and Narita airports. Alternatively, you can read it online here:

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