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Ginza Station Area Map

Ginza

Landmark Map

Ginza Station Area Map

Exit

  • ①Ginza Station
    Subway station
  • ②Marunouchi Police Station
    Police department
  • ③Tokyo International Forum
    Convention center(Olympic Venues)
  • ④TOKYO TOURIST INFORMATION CENTER YURAKUCHO
    Tourist information center
  • ⑤Ginza-itchome Station
    Subway station
  • ⑥Matsuya Ginza
    Department store
  • ⑦Yurakucho Marui
    Shopping mall
  • ⑧Yūrakuchō Station
    Transit station
  • ⑨Kabuki-za Theatre
    Performing arts theater
  • ⑩Higashi-ginza Station
    Subway station
  • ⑪MITSUKOSHI Ginza store
    Department store
  • ⑪-①Ginza Tourist Information
    Tourist Information Center(Basement 1st floor)
  • ⑫Ginza Six
    Shopping mall
  • ⑬Ginza 4-chome Police Box
    Police Box
  • ⑭G info
    Tourist information center
  • ⑮Tsukiji Police Station Sukiyabashi Police Box
    Police Box
  • ⑯Jonathan’s Yurakuchō
    Family restaurant(Open 24 hours)
  • ⑰Hibiya Station
    Subway station
Ginza Station Area Map

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Olympic Venues

Tokyo International Forum

Olympic Sports
Weightlifting
Venue capacities
Olympic Weightlifting: 5,000

Approx. 7 minute walk from Ginza Station on the Tokyo Metro Hibiya, Marunouchi and Ginza Lines

Tourist Information Center

Ginza Tourist Information

  • Street address
    Basement 1st floor, Ginza Mitsukoshi, 4-6-16, Ginza, Chuo City, 104-8212
  • TEL
    03-3562-1111
  • Holiday
    1/1~2, 1 to 2 irregular holidays in February
  • business hours
    10:30~20:00

G Info (GINZA Information)

  • Street address
    1st floor, Tokyu Plaza Ginza, 5-2-1, Ginza, Chuo City, 104-0061
  • Holiday
    The same as the holidays for Tokyu Plaza Ginza
  • business hours
    11:00~18:00

Guide video

From Ginza Station to Tokyo International Forum

Lines

  • Ginza Line(Tokyo Metro)
  • Hibiya Line(Tokyo Metro)
  • Marunouchi Line(Tokyo Metro)

Train Route

Tokyo Station (Tokyo-Metro)

Tokyo-Metro Marunouchi Line

Riding time / 2min

Ticket / 170yen

Ginza Station (Tokyo-Metro)

Shinagawa Station (JR)

Yamanote Line Toward Tokyo

Riding time / 8min

Ticket / 160yen

Shimbashi Station (JR) → (Tokyo-Metro)

Tokyo-Metro Ginza Line

Riding time / 2min

Ticket / 170yen

Ginza Station (Tokyo-Metro)

Nippori Station (JR)

Yamanote Line Toward Ueno

Riding time / 9min

Ticket / 160yen

Kanda (JR) → (Tokyo-Metro)

Tokyo-Metro Ginza Line

Riding time / 4min

Ticket / 170yen

Ginza Station (Tokyo-Metro)

Comment

Ginza is a city where luxury shopping people gather.It is about a 10 minute walk from Ginza Station to Yurakucho Station.

After watching the Olympic Games, it is recommended to enjoy shopping.There are high brand shops, but there are also cheap shops for lunch

Ginza Station is a subway station that serves three lines: Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Marunouchi Line, and Hibiya Line.

The platform of the Marunouchi line is far and walks around the premises for about 5 minutes. Seven-Eleven in the premises is convenient.

The Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, which opened in 1927, is the oldest subway in Japan At the time of opening, the route was 2 km from Asakusa to Ueno.