Ginza


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Gin·za

 (gĭn′zə)
A major shopping and entertainment district of Tokyo, Japan.

Gin•za

(ˈgɪn zə)

n.
the, a district in Tokyo, Japan, noted for its department stores, nightclubs, and bars.
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After all, that awe-inspiring, time-lapse, color-saturated Velvia shot made with a Contax N1 and a Zeis 35mm lens might be enough to push one of the camera aficionado oyaji, or old men, who frequent the Ginza galleries into buying another camera body or lens.
More than 140 million yen in jewelry was stolen in two separate heists in Tokyo's Ueno and Ginza districts Monday, police said.
The morning surge in the number of customers prompted Chanel Ginza to open the entrance of the 10-story building earlier than scheduled.
said Thursday it has agreed to sell for 4 billion yen its 99% equity stake in Tokyo-based department store Printemps Ginza to Japan's largest mass-circulation daily, the Yomiuri Shimbun.
Rosewood Hotels & Resorts -- Third night free at The Mansion on Turtle Creek, Hotel Seiyo Ginza and The Carlyle
The advance of foreign luxury-goods stores and pub chains in Tokyo's bustling shopping and entertainment district of Ginza, the namesake of more than 300 malls across the country, is threatening its unique traditional establishments.
Home is wherever you are,' Magalona said of her husband as they showed their love in Ginza.
TANAKA is also holding a Tokyo Marathon Winner and Finisher Medal Exhibition at its GINZA TANAKA main store in Ginza, Tokyo, from February 2 to 12, 2018.
Tokyo jeweller Ginza Tanaka has created a lifesize replica of the iconic movie villain's mask, priced at 154 million yen (PS1 million), to mark the 40th anniversary of the release of the first Star Wars movie.
Senion's indoor positioning system (IPS), StepInside, has been installed in the world-class GINZA SIX retail complex in Tokyo, Japan, the company said.
Nissan today held an official opening ceremony for Nissan Crossing, its new brand experience space in Tokyos prestigious Ginza district, shortly before the venue opens its doors to the public on September 24.
A cafe called Ginza Lounge will showcase Mario Testino's photography collection Heat, which is debuting for the first time globally at d3 until April 15.