Ginza Sony Park opened on the site of the former Sony Building in August 2018 and will close in late 2020. With an "ever-changing park" as its concept, this vertical park—four floors in all—offers unique services and events.
Awo Ginza Tokyo is a so-called "buyable garden," created by exotic plant hunter Seijun Nishihata. You can actually buy the park's pruned plants. With new plants replacing those sold, the garden will keep evolving. On the basement level, which is connected to Ginza Station, you will find designer Hiroshi Fujiwara's The Conveni, a space inspired by Japan's famous convenience stores, along with Toraya Café An Stand by renowned confectioner Toraya and other attractive places to eat and drink. Soothing green touches and stores that are distinctly different make this a great place to stroll and shop.
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