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Wako

photo by Wako

Wako

photo by Wako

Explore by Interest

Wako 和光

How to Get There

  • Ginza Sta. | Exit A10 | 1 min on foot
  • Ginza Line | Marunouchi Line | Hibiya Line

A shopping haven and iconic prewar monument

Located on the corner of Ginza Yonchome in Tokyo’s swish shopping district, Wako is both a beloved landmark best known for its clock tower and a popular luxury department store. Owned by the world-famous Seiko watch brand, the building dates back to before World War II and miraculously survived the devastating firebombing of Tokyo.

The store offers accessories for men and women, not limited to watches, fine jewelry, handbags, homeware from both domestic and international brands as well as some delectable souvenirs. A tea salon on the second floor offers refined desserts and a light lunch menu, and there is also an art gallery on the sixth floor.

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Opening Hours

  • 10:30–19:00 Mon–Sun

Price

Cash | Visa | MasterCard | Amex | JCB | UnionPay | Alipay

Discounts available for students, senior citizens, disabled visitors

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Facility Info

  • Restrooms
  • Strictly no-smoking
  • Japanese | English | Chinese
  • Japanese | English
  • Automatic doors | elevator | wheelchair accessible elevator | accessible restrooms

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