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UNIQLO Ginza store, Chuo
(4.1/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
Set in a slim, 12-story, super-modern glass building, UNIQLO Ginza store serves as the flagship store of this Japanese top casual wear designer, manufacturer, and retailer. With 5,000 sq m (53,819 sq ft) of retail space, this is the brand’s biggest store, beating all of Uniqlo's 1,500 other outlets in 16 countries. Set in Tokyo’s busiest boulevard, the Yamaha Ginza store offers reasonably price clothes and apparel for all ages. With fitting rooms on every floor, you can enjoy the convenience as you browse through thousands of items and check for the latest fashion or bargains. See why this shop provides Novak Djokovic’s favorite tennis outfits. Using our online itinerary creator, Tokyo attractions like UNIQLO Ginza store can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • It was daytime, so not crowded so much accounting. Firm price other than UNIQLO shopping, vary the price to buy in haste, decide. However, it is difficult to size is lost is popular, so. Many tourists from overseas UNIQLO of Japan? It is a feeling. If you have not enough clothes, affordable, I suggest you go! Of course, knowing the size, souvenirs, I think.
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  • From the first floor to the top floor and everything is UNIQLO. Product layout is felt relaxed and ingenuity. This is the store looked a little tired but also tourists crowded, always.
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  • Nicely laid out and very clearly labelled this store is huge and has a great range of clothes. There were no queues at the tills either - bonus! 
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  • I love this shop in Ginza. Let's just say it, Uniqlo is pretty much what I want to wear every day, every time. The material is of very good quality and although people might compare it to H&M in Scandinavia, the quality is far far different despite the affordable price. Their shop in Ginza has so many floors I have actually lost count. Nine, maybe eight? I can't recall, but it seems like this shop is endless to make your shopping experience as overwhelming as possible. Last year I was here spending (almost) all my money and this year I was better (well I did go to the one in Shinjuku). They have categories name in English so it's better to browse the items. As a tourist, you're entitled to tax free shopping, just remember to bring your passport with you. The tax free counter is on the ground floor and beware of the long line. If you're not a Uniqlo convert yet, please check them out next time you are in Japan!
  • 12 floors of Uniqlo goodies. Who wouldn't want that? You just have to enjoy. Try looking at the Sale shelves, if you are wanting to buy a lesser-priced item. The location is at the posh area of Ginza. Very easy to find. Visit on a weekend so you can experience the closed Ginza street and have a photo there. Nearby stores sometimes offer items on sale during weekends. So bring extra cash.
  • The whole building to itself. Multi-storey building dedicated only to Uniqlo. Wide selection of clothings both men and women alike and even children. Love Uniqlo.
  • It was nice. There was 12 floors. If u r there esp for uniqlo prepare to spend abt 3 hours.
  • Only in Japan, one brand can fill 12 floors with clothes and accessories. My girlfriend loved it and I thought it was pretty decent as well. Fairly inexpensive clothes and a pretty wide selection. Good for people who are visiting Ginza but aren't rich and can't afford most of the other shops.