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Ginza’s three roof gardens and two traditional Theaters

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Just in April 2017, Ginza Six was open.  The inside had conspicuous red and white balloon-like decoration created by a famous Japanese artist, Yayoi Kusama.

It has a roof garden with a small shrine at 14th floor, from which you can view Tokyo Tower.

It also houses “Noh” theater at B3F.   Now, Ginza has two Japanese typical traditional theaters; i.e. Kabukiza Theater and Kanze Noh Theater.   Kabukiza Theater also has a relaxing roof garden.  Along with the traditional style façade, you can enjoy greens there.

Ginza also provides one more wonderful roof garden. It’s located in Ginza Mitsukoshi.

If you’d like to experience something different in Ginza, join my tour!
You can arrange the visiting places as you like.

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