Ginza

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The "place where coins are minted" during the Tokugawa Ieyasu period is now where money is spent, for example in the Chuo-dori, home to a dazzling array of luxury brand boutiques. Destroyed by fire in 1872, an earthquake in 1923 and during WWII, Ginza has long been at the spearhead of Tokyo's modernity and architectural diversity is naturally de rigueur: brick, stone, concrete, glass and iron have learned to coexist over the decades.

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Chuo-Dori

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