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2024/5/26 Article

Ginza: Where Tradition Meets Trend

Ginza: Where Tradition Meets Trend

Properties in Ginza/Shiodome area

Ginza area is legendary for its long-serving department stores, world-famous brand-name boutiques and the iconic Kabuki-za. On weekends the district transforms into a pedestrian zone, bustling with shoppers and strollers. Always evolving, Ginza raised its cachet another notch recently with the completion of Tokyu Plaza Ginza and Ginza Six.


The Ginza Sony Park project is slated for completion in 2024, with construction underway on a new building. The nearby Imperial Hotel is scheduled for a phased rebuilding, starting this year and expected to wrap up in 2037. Likewise, the site of the former Tsukiji Market is earmarked for redevelopment, with developers expected to be selected soon. You can’t take your eyes off this area for a moment!

Shiodome is known as a business district, where tall buildings line the waterfront. One of its defining features, however, is nearby Hamarikyu Gardens, one of the finest Japanese-style landscaped gardens in Tokyo. This captivating park is famed for its flowers, and its changing face with the turning of the seasons is a delight to watch.

We’d like to introduce you to a condominium complex in Ginza/Shiodome area. Tokyo Twin Parks, as the name suggests, consists of two high-rise condominium towers. This landmark of the Shiodome district looks out across Hamarikyu Gardens to the east onto Tokyo Bay. The full complement of common facilities includes not only the customary weight-training room but also a golf range.

If this part of Tokyo sounds appealing to you, we invite you to browse our list of properties in Ginza/Shiodome area.