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Tucked away in the city is a gallery that features some very talented artists. It is located three minutes away from Exit A2 at Higashi-ginza Station on the Asakusa and Hibiya Lines and five minutes away from Exit A12 at Ginza Station on the Ginza Line. Some of the city's young and talented artists showcase their work here. Contact them for more details. This gallery displays various photo-artworks, which will be on display for about one week. If you wish to know what kind of photos are displayed, please check the website.
Ginza is one of Japan's, and perhaps Asia's, most prestigious shopping areas. Many up-market retail shops have their flagship stores here. Ginza attracts smart and elegant shoppers and office workers as well as students in t-shirts. There are countless wining and dining places to choose from ranging from the reasonable to the outrageously expensive. You can also participate in and enjoy the events which take place in the vibrant district all year round. If you have the money to spend, Ginza should be on your itinerary.
In Tokyo, a city that launched a thousand thoughtfully designed luxury stores, you could be assured that Armani was not to be outdone. The Armani Ginza Tower, home of the Armani / Ristorante, the stunning Armani / Spa along with a complete collection of Armani clothing, is both a retail and architectural triumph. The building itself is particularly dazzling at nighttime, festooned with lights and with structural supports that mimic bamboo stalks.
An interesting venue consisting of three theaters, each with seating for 200, Chanter Cine features films not seen in many other theaters in Japan. These include experimental and foreign language films from countries like Africa, Asia and South America as well as rare offerings from North America and Europe. Beer and soft drinks are available as well as the usual cinema refreshments.
Founded in the year 1928, Galerie Nichido holds a collection of wonderful commercial and oil paintings, sculptures and other splendid displays. The gallery showcases works by both upcoming artists and famed onesin its thoughtfully designed space. Striving with the sole purpose of promoting Western art, this gallery showcases exhibitions, art shows and other related events. If you are a lover of art, visiting the Galerie Nichido is a must for you.
During the transformation of the monarch in Japan from the Showa period to the Heisei period, the former Royals donated a large sum of their art collection to the government and thus Museum of the Imperial Collections was formed. Established in the year 1993, this art museum boasts of about 9,500 articles made by nationally renowned artists like Kanō Tsunenobu, Fujiwara no Sukemasa, Tomioka Tessai and many more.