A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

A guide to touring Tokyo Chuo City

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a soothing roof garden

In-between sightseeing and shopping, why not take a break on a roof overflowing with greenery?
You can find all sorts of rooftop gardens in Chuo City, from the refined elegance of ones maintained by large commercial facilities to quiet spots loved by the locals.
Rise up into an urban oasis!

  • Tokyu Plaza Ginza Kiriko Terrace
  • Tokyu Plaza Ginza Kiriko Terrace

    Tokyu Plaza Ginza Kiriko Terrace

    Tokyu Plaza Ginza Kiriko Terrace

  • Tokyu Plaza Ginza
    Kiriko Terrace
  • An open terrace divided into two zones, green and water. The green side is emotionally soothing, with a spreading panorama encircled by verdant walls. The water side comprises white walls and a pool-like flower basin, creating a refined and elegant space.
  • Kabukiza Theatre
  • A calming garden with a strong Japanese theme. A place alive with its own history and a rich Japanese flavor, including stone lanterns dedicated to writers with connections to Kabuki, stone monuments to those involved in performances at the Kabukiza Theatre, and striking roof ornaments that date back to before the theatre renovations.
  • Ginza Mitsukoshi Ginza Terrace
  • A garden created with a specific awareness of a free and liberating, park-like space, with a wide central lawn area where children just love to play. There’s also a shrine here dedicated to advancement in life - a prayer may aid your career!
  • *Sometimes the lawn area is closed due to maintenance for the grass.
  • Sakuragawa Rooftop Park
  • Sakuragawa Rooftop Park

    Sakuragawa Rooftop Park

    Sakuragawa Rooftop Park

  • Sakuragawa Rooftop Park
  • A park on the roof of a public facility. A tucked away spot that’s perfect for some relaxation, with a path to walk around and a pond in the center. There’s also a variety of trees and bushes planted here, including satsuma, pomegranate and blueberry, allowing the scenery of the seasons to be fully enjoyed.
  • Address
    1-1-2 Minato, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
    Access
    A two-minute walk from Hachobori Station Exit B4 on the JR Keiyo Line or Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
  • GINZA SIX GINZA SIX Garden
  • GINZA SIX GINZA SIX Garden

    GINZA SIX GINZA SIX Garden

    GINZA SIX GINZA SIX Garden

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    GINZA SIX Garden
  • A garden that boasts the largest grounds in the Ginza area, approximately 4,000 square meters. The forest zone, overflowing with greenery, features cherry and maple. In the square you can find a lawn and flower basin, and this is also the site for various events throughout the year.