Ginza Six luxury shopping center opens in Tokyo

A major commercial complex called Ginza Six, in Tokyo’s posh Ginza shopping district, was unveiled to the media Friday ahead of its official opening on Thursday.

The 19-story building has six underground floors and houses 241 stores and restaurants, including flagship outlets for luxury brands such as Valentino, Marni, Alexander McQueen, Rolex, Van Cleef Arpels across a total floor space of around 47,000 sq. meters.

Dior is also opening at Ginza Six its largest store in Japan. Dior will stage a stunning haute couture show in the Ginza Six rooftop garden. Exclusive menswear pieces will also be shown and available for sale to Dior customers. Fendi will host an inaugural evening inside the mall in its store, the Maison’s largest worldwide. Other LVMH brands which are opening at Ginza Six include, Céline, Kenzo, Loewe, Guerlain and Moynat.

To accommodate the needs of foreign tourists, a terminal for sightseeing buses has been built within the premises and a service counter on the ground floor will provide currency exchange and duty-free services. A traditional noh theater is located on the third basement floor, while offices occupy floors seven to 12.