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Antique Mall Ginza (アンティークモール銀座)


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"A shopping mall about a two-minute walk from Ginza-itchome Station. It has antique shops selling vintage kimono and western clothes, Japanese and foreign antiques, and a variety of other vintage goods. Approximately 20 shops operate under a concept of ""Providing the world with the beauty of Japan."" The first basement floor is a specialty area with an array of antiques displayed in single-shelf cases. They have lots of items from overseas, as well as Japanese antiques like Ukiyo-e wood block prints, Imari ware porcelain, Buddhist statuary, netsuke ties, and more."


Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 1-13-1 (Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea)

phone 0335352115


Review of Antique Mall Ginza

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Reviewed:2019/03/14 The best deals in the area are here in this little mall
Most Antique shops in the area are very overpriced and not very friendly unless you are very well dressed.......this Mall has a nice selection of things with very friendly vendors......a little of...
Reviewed:2019/01/17 Its okay, prices are high, as usual
We traveled a pretty good distance by train and walking to find this Antique Mall. We expected it to be much larger with more vendors. There are two floors with maybe 20 or so vendors total, common...
Reviewed:2018/11/07 Quirky, Cool and Very Approachable.
Depending upon when you travel there are lot of great antique and vintage shopping opportunities in Tokyo but this is one of the few where you reliably get a complete sampling of the scene in a easy...

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Tokyo Chuo-ku Ginza 1-13-1 [map]
Tokyo / Ginza / NihombashiArea
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