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[Tokyo] “Ginza”, the busiest street in Japan2013.06.09

“Ginza” is located in Chuou ward, Tokyo, and famous for a lot of high rank shops.

“Gin” means silver and “Za” means a commercial area. This name originated in the existence of a foundry. “Ginza 4-choume” is known as the highest price of land in Japan. 30 milion yen, in short 300 thousand dollars (exchange rate: 100 yen = 1 dolloer), for a square meter is the price of “Ginza 4-choume”.

There are many high rank boutiques and shops in “Ginza”. Why don’t you see the elegant town.

[Tokyo] “Ginza”, the busiest street in Japan

Photo by Zengame

[Tokyo] “Ginza”, the busiest street in Japan

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[Tokyo] “Ginza”, the busiest street in Japan

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[Tokyo] “Ginza”, the busiest street in Japan

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[Tokyo] “Ginza”, the busiest street in Japan

 Photo by Zengame

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