Matsuya Ginza

Matsuya Ginza

The Matsuya Ginza is a department store that originated from a kimono-shop named "Tsuruya" established in Yokohama in 1869. It is currently located in Ginza. It is one of the traditional department stores with a long history alongside the Ginza Mitsukoshi. It offers elevators and restrooms for wheelchair users. People with disabilities and one helper can enjoy the exhibition on the 8th floor for free by showing their identification booklet for the disabled.


3-6-1 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo


Entrance Almost flat
Inside Almost flat
Parking Parking available
Access Almost flat
Elevator for wheelchair users available.Complimentary Wheelchairs.
Available language
Staff available: English, Korean, Chinese
Brochure available: English, Korean, Chinese, Thai
Nearest station Ginza: Tokyo Metro (Ginza Line, Hibiya Line, Marunouchi Line)
Ginza-itchome: Tokyo Metro (Yurakucho Line)
Higashi-ginza: Tokyo Metro (Hibiya Line), Toei (Asakusa Line)
Elevator between platform and ticket gate Ginza: Elevator available
Ginza-itchome: Elevator available
Higashi-ginza: Elevator available
Elevator between ticket gate and outside Ginza: Elevator available
Ginza-itchome: Elevator available
Higashi-ginza (Hibiya Line): Elevator available
Higashi-ginza (Asakusa Line): Platform and Exit is on the same floor.
Recommended route
From Ginza, exit A12 is directly connected to the store

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