Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store

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Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store

Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi Main Store is located in Chuo-ku of the East Tokyo. It is a long-established department store from which you can feel good old Japan. This department store has developed from Echigo-ya draper's shop established by Takatoshi Mitsui in 1673. There is a wide range of commodities from world-class brand items to artworks, with many people visiting. Its Nihonbashi building was completed in 1935, designated as cultural assets of national importance in 2016. Its feature is the majestic and beautiful appearance like Renaissance architecture. The lion statue, said to be the guardian deity of Mitsukoshi, sits at its entrance, and people use it as their meeting spot. You can use this spot not only for shopping or dining but also for seeing Japanese history everywhere.  Entertainment such as events and exhibitions are often held there. Let's check them out from the event calender on its official website.

Basic Information

1-4-1, Muromachi, Nihonbashi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
※10:00am~7:30pm for underground and 1st floors, Duty-free counters in Main/Annex buildings
※11:00am~10:00pm for restaurants in 9th and 10th floors of Main/Annex buildings
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Depends on shops


  • FromMitsukoshi-mae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line・Hanzo-mon Line)
    About at 1 minute by foot
  • FromNihonbashi Station (Toei Asakusa Line)
    About at 5 minute by foot

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