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Hasegawa お仏壇のはせがわ Shopping-Others / Ginza

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Hasegawa is an imposing store selling butsudan (cabinet-like Buddhist altars) and related goods like incense, candles, and vases. Prices for many items can be prohibitively expensive but some smaller pieces make affordable and unique souvenirs.

The sixth floor houses a museum with striking displays of Buddhist art; entry is free. On the first floor frequent exhibitions are held offering Japanese art and handcrafts for sale.

Categories Shopping-Others
Nearest Station Ginza-itchome
Address 1,2,6F, 1-7-6 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
Telephone 03-5524-7576
Home Page http://ginza.kuyou.com (In Japanese)
Business Hours 11:00am-7:00pm

1 Review for Hasegawa


Gabriela
  • Hasegawa
  • (2009-04-26)
  • This was a beautiful boutique, full of elegant little trinkets made out of cloth. I believe that they switch out displays every month, and that I saw the featured Chirimen Works. There were some lovely pieces, but most were ridiculously expensive. There were some affordable things for $15, but most were over $100. This is a good place to go to if you are not on a budget, or if you really want to g... Read More

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