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Namiki-dori, Chuo

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Shop for high-end products and feel like royalty at Namiki-dori, flanked by stores selling some of the world's most expensive fashion brands. Walk down the granite sidewalks lined with elegant linden trees and browse outlets offering clothing, cosmetics, artworks, jewelry, and traditional kimonos. You can also dine at any one of the fine restaurants and bars offering international and fusion cuisine. Feel the magical ambiance of this area at night, when streetlights blend with illuminated stores and chic visual art. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Namiki-dori and many more Tokyo attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Tokyo family vacation planner.
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  • We walked along the street while exploring the Ginza area. Lots of fancy shops and a few restaurants in the area. Didn't buy anything. The street like most streets in the Ginza area was quite crowded.  more »
  • This is one of a number of small streets and Namiki Dori is two streets twards Hibiya Park from Ginza Dori. it has some classy shops and some not so classy and a raft of restaurants in the various flo...  more »
  • This is the quieter street a couple of blocks away and running in parallel to Chuo-dori (Ginza's main street), where the Japanese wealthy go to shop for their luxury brands. Chuo-dori has the big depa...  more »