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added on : May 29, 2023

Ginza is one of the most popular destinations for visitors to Japan, with a reputation for high-end shopping and cuisine. The Ginza Takagi Building, which opened in May 2023, is a new development aiming to promote a more diverse image of this historic area. This striking building uses wood as a sustainable building material, and provides a place where people can gather and communicate.

Ginza x Sustainability

The Ginza Takagi Building is a commercial complex with a focus on sustainability. With a height of around 56 meters, the building has 12 floors above ground as well as a basement level. The balcony and rooftop area provide an open space where you can soak up the atmosphere of Ginza while you dine.
The most notable feature of the Ginza Takagi Building is that the 9th to 12th floors are made of wood. The outer wall of the upper part of the building has a unique wooden design, and is made of Japanese cedar from the Tama area of Tokyo. Japan has a long tradition of using wood for buildings, which supports the recent global focus on achieving the Sustainable Development Goals and promoting sustainable building practices. The Ginza Takagi Building is a place where you can feel the warmth of the people as well as the wooden architecture around you.

Enjoy the atmosphere of Ginza at Salon 91°

The end of September 2023 will see the opening of the first Tokyo restaurant of Takahiro Yamagishi, the owner of the famous Kyoto restaurant Tominokoji Yamagishi (which acquired a Michelin star); as well as a casual restaurant that also offers catering services; and Salon 91°, a sauna facility that overlooks the city. Relax and enjoy yourself in the heart of the historic Ginza area, surrounded by the warm and welcoming ambiance of wood.

Ginza Takagi Building

Address 7-3-6 Ginza, Chuo City ,Tokyo
URL Takagi Building (JPN)

For up-to-date information on opening hours and further details, please check the official websites.

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