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The first department store in Japan with nice roof-top terrace garden【Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi】

Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi is the first department store in Japan. The main building is appointed to national important cultural property. After they renovated their roof top space, I enjoy Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi more!

*They has 2 large building – A main building and New building. (connection walk way are on B1F,1F, and 7F)

■Location

It’s about less than 5min by taxi from Tokyo station to Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi.
And this department store is directly connected to the Mitsukoshi-mae subway station. (Ginza Line)

Official Website : Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi

Address : 1-4-1, Nihonbashi-muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 103-8001 (Link to Google MAP)

■Depachika (B1F)

Do you know Depachika? It’s “FOOD HEAVEN”, or “FOOD THEME PARK” someone say… Desserts, prepared food, lunch boxes, Japanese/Italian/French/Chinese foods, any kinds of foods are all here.
(Literally means, “Depa” = Department store, and “Chika” = Basement )

All department store has food market section on their basement floor. But this Mitsukoshi’s food quality is especially good! I recommend to go to free terrace seats on roof top after getting any foods you like to try.

Deli

Sweets

Soft-serve ice cream

This small shop “Sun Fruits Juice stand” at the corner produce a great soft-serve ice cream…! Personally, highly recommend this.

Store name : Sun Fruits Juice Stand (no website..)

■Roof top terrace (8F)

Recently renovated really nicely and open to anyone!

You can take a rest here or enjoy the delicious foods you got from B1F.

■Baby/Children’s wear accessories (7F)

There are clean nursing room and diaper changing area on 7F.

■Toy section (7F)

Toys are on 7F of new building.
As this is Bic Camera’s floor, parents would enjoy to see a lots of newest electrical appliances. (*6F&7F are BIC CAMERA)

■Others

Statue artwork

Large statue artwork of celestial maiden welcomes every guest from 1960, on the 1st floor of main building.


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