Ginza Hands

Ginza Hands

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Fifth-Ninth Fls., Marronnier Gate, 2-2-14 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, , Japan

A variety store in the truest sense, this member of the Tokyu Hands department-store chain sells everything from kitchen knives to camping packs. Most anything you could imagine in the realm of lifestyle, home, and hobby can be found here: games, toys, rice cookers, dog collars, tools, luggage, umbrellas, toothbrushes, chopsticks, costumes…. This location, opened in Ginza’s Marronnier Gate shopping complex in 2007, is smaller than those in Shibuya and Shinjuku but is centrally located.

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