Ginza Showroom

Ginza Showroom

Opened on October 19th, 2020. There are about 40 exhibits. *We do not sell the exhibits at Ginza Showroom. Only tax-exempt procedures can be conducted, and the products will be delivered at a later date. We kindly ask for your understanding.

Okuno Building, constructed in 1932 and initially called "Ginza Apartment," was once a foremost exlcusive apartment house in Ginza. Its appearance, elevator, stairwell, and corridors remain preserved, and it is almost the only remaining, valuable collective house in Ginza. Renowned figures like the poet Yaso Saijo, the novelist Kan Kikuchi, Japan's first recording artist Chiyoko Sato, film director Kenji Mizoguchi, and actress Kinuyo Tanaka, among others, all resided and worked within the confines of the Ginza Apartment. This hub of creativity served as their living quarters and creative spaces, radiating cutting-edge cultural and artistic expressions of the era. The building, in which many ateliers and galleries moved into, is widely known as an attraction for many fans.

When you visit the showroom, please, by all means, have a look at the oldest elevator installed in a private housing in Japan and visit the upper floors. Since it is manually operated, please close the inside and outside doors before you go down. We are looking forward to your visit.

*Please bring your passport to get a tax-free service.

Location: Okuno Building 205, 1-9-8 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061, JAPAN Google Maps
Business Hours: (Except for New Year's Holiday) 12:00-18:00 on Monday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Access: 1-minute walk from Ginza 1-chome Station (Exit 10) on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, 5-minute walk from Ginza Station (Exit A13) on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, 7-minute walk from Kyobashi exit of JR Yurakucho Station, 12-minute walk from Yaesu South exit of JR Tokyo Station

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