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S Watanabe Color Print ( Japanese Goods, Souvenirs, Antiques / Shimbashi )


S Watanabe Color Print / Japanese Goods / Tokyo
  • We hold the best collections of woodblocks in Japan! All of our prints are made from original woodblocks and bear a stamp of quality assurance that only Watanabe Color Prints can provide.
  • Ito-ya

  • Cards & Stationery, Japanese Goods ( Ginza )
  • Ito-ya, opened in 1904, specializes in stationery. This third branch is located behind the main Ito-ya branch in Ginza and features an impressive collection of Japanese writing utensils, and other sta...
  • Kyukyodo

  • Cards & Stationery, Japanese Goods ( Ginza )
  • This is a very cute store, full of cards and various other paper goods. There is a wide range of products, and they all seem to be of a high upscale quality. If you take the time to look around, you c...
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  • Hakuhinkan Toy Park

  • Fun Shops ( Shimbashi )
  • Japanese toy stores are probably my most favorite places to visit for whatever reason. I think it brings back my childhood or something. Anyway, I have a lot of friends who are into video games and ...
  • Tsukiji Hongan Ji

  • Temples ( Tsukiji )
  • When I first went here I was unsure if this was a university lecture hall or a temple. But once you start paying attention to the details....oh wow. It is breathtaking. The architecture is amazing ...
  • LaLaport Toyosu

  • Shopping Malls ( Tsukiji )
  • I was told this shopping mall was huge, the biggest in Japan apparently, but I was not prepared for the sheer number of both up-scale and budget stores, reasonably priced restaurants and the casual, c...
  • Plaza

  • Cards & Stationery, Fun Shops, Cosmetics & Beauty Supplies ( Ginza )
  • Plaza( used to be known as a Sony Plaza)is so popular among Japanese girls. They sell cosmetic, clothes, stationaries, bags, t-shirts, cups foods, and so on. They often sell imported items and a bit u...
  • Idemitsu Museum of Arts

  • Museums ( Ginza )
  • Idemitsu Museum of Arts was hard to find because it is not well advertised on the street. The only indication that it was there was a small sign on the door, so I had to ask for directions. However, o...
  • Fred and Perry

  • Fun Shops, Cards & Stationery ( Ginza )
  • This is a bit secret place! This is such a lovey stationary shop run by couples. Their display is like liburary! Around the entrance, they display antique stationaries and looks really arts!Just visi...
  • Hibiya Park

  • Parks & Nature ( Shimbashi )
  • If I'm not mistaken, Hibiya Park used to be part of the Imperial Palace, but they only kept one part of it intact. This section is right at the park's main entrance. It's basically a small chunk of ...
  • St. Luke's Garden

  • Night View Spots ( Tsukiji )
  • Visiting the observation deck of a hospital just for kicks strikes me as rather odd, but there are a couple of good reasons to visit St. Luke's if you're in the Tsukiji area. The observation deck is ...
  • Ginza Kunoya

  • Japanese Goods ( Ginza )
  • This is a really cute place to go get Ginza souvenirs. There are adorable figurines, nice traditional looking handbags, and elegant tea cups. There is a great variety of items. Certainly a good shop f...
  • Hamarikyu Onshi Teien

  • Japanese Gardens ( Shimbashi )
  • Hamarikyu Onshi Teien used to be the detached palace of the Imperial family. The garden is 250,215,72 squared meters big and is the only garden in Tokyo with a pond containing salt water from Tokyo Ba...
  • Tsukiji Fish Market

  • Landmarks & Historical Places ( Tsukiji )
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  • Kabukiza

  • Theaters, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Ginza )
  • Kabuki is something you have to experience at least once... or only once. The graceful moves of the kabuki actor and the timely manner of the drum beats are indescribable by words alone. There a...
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  • Twentyeight, Conrad Hotel: Shiodome

  • Bars, Cafes, Night View Spots, Cocktail Lounges ( Shimbashi )
  • Twentyeight surely offers a nice view of the city, but the drinks didn’t measure up to the posh surroundings. We were first ticked off by the attitude of the host, who made us feel like we didn’t...
  • Itocia Office Tower

  • Shopping Malls, Landmarks & Historical Places ( Ginza )
  • The best part of this building is definitely its selection of fine restaurants. Originally I checked it out to see what was playing on the cinema, but I was ultimately disappointed with the selection,...
  • Komparuyu

  • Sento (Public Bath) ( Shimbashi )
  • Public bathing: I'm a fan. I like the idea of it as a social equalizer, and I like the actual act of bathing. In America, I like my baths hotter than most of my friends can stand; I can't hold a candl...
  • Caretta Shiodome

  • Landmarks & Historical Places, Architecture, Shopping Malls ( Shimbashi )
  • Caretta Shiodome is a large office, restaurant and retail space. There are restaurants with spectacular views on the top floors, while more restaurants and shopping areas are located on the lower part...
  • Tokyo Takarazuka Theater

  • Theaters ( Ginza )
  • Takarazuka is an all-female revue based out of Takarazuka city near Osaka. The cast plays both male and female roles, often with highly idealized versions of each. Takarazuka is extremely popular, esp...
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