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Ginza’s three roof gardens and two traditional Theaters

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.

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