Ginza East Tokyo

4 Chome-1-12 Tsukiji, Chuo City Tokyo 104-0045
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  • Studio & One Bedroom Units Available
  • One Bathroom
  • Multi-Level Garage
  • Laundry In Unit

Property Details

About this property

Ginza East Tokyo is strategically located for you to immerse yourself in all these experiences, and stay in one of the most affluent neighbourhoods of Japan. Ginza is world famous for its lively upscale shopping streets with many prominent department stores, mega-stores such as Sony and Mikimoto, and high-end fashion stores.

You’re never far away from top-grade sushi restaurants in this neighbourhood, partly attributed to its close proximity to Tsukiji Fish Market, the biggest wholesale fish market in the world. Alternatively, buy some seafood from the outer retail market so you can prepare home-cooked meals in your apartment’s fully-equipped kitchen.

 Ginza East Tokyo offers both corporate and leisure travellers a choice of elegant and fully furnished studios to one-bedroom apartments. There are 124 apartments ranging from 24 to 47 sqm, all of which are serviced by weekly housekeeping, 24-hour reception and 24-hour security.

Amenities

Air Conditioned Apartments
Utilities included
Complimentary WiFi
Well Equipped Kitchen
Washer/Dryer in Unit
24hr Reception
24hr Security
Weekly Housekeeping

Property Location

About Tokyo, Japan

Learn About This Location

Tokyo may be looking toward the future but traces of the shogun capital's history can still be seen on the kabuki stage, at a sumo match or under the cherry blossoms. The city is built on the old ways, and its alleys have anachronistic wooden shanty bars, raucous traditional festivals and yakitori stands. In older neighbourhoods artisans sell crafts made much as they have been for hundreds of years.

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