Ginza Six Rooftop, Tokyo

Dubbed Ginza Six Garden, the Ginza Six Rooftop is a green sanctuary floating above Tokyo’s animated Chuo Dori in Ginza. Crafted to serve as an urban retreat, the garden is home to an array of seasonal flora, cosy spots to sit, and even seasonal installation.

With design cues borrowed from classic Japanese gardens, the Ginza Six rooftop haven invites you to a tranquil space to enjoy a cup of coffee or to just take a moment to recharge after all the shopping. And let’s not forget the view, the elevated locale grants you sweeping vistas of Ginza Chuo Dori, Uniqlo and even the Tokyo Tower.

Rooftop garden at Ginza six on a rainy day

Why visit Ginza Six Rooftop

Let’s face it, shopping can be exhausting but shopping in Ginza is sometimes else entirely. Especially when you’re navigating through Ginza Six’s endless floors of high-end brands and gourmet dining spots. But what if I told you that this commercial behemoth is hiding a peaceful retreat right under—or should I say above—our noses? A trip to Ginza Six isn’t just about splurging on the latest Gucci bag or dining at a fancy restaurant. It’s also about experiencing a slice of tranquillity in a truly urban garden, Tokyo style.

View from Ginza Six rooftop on a rainy day

What’s So Special?

The Ginza Six Rooftop is the largest rooftop garden in Ginza, with approximately 4,000 m², open to the community. Here, you’re not just getting a couple of potted plants and some patio furniture. No, this is a carefully designed garden that pays homage to traditional Japanese aesthetics. Think beautiful lush greenery, meandering pathways, and installations that change with the seasons. In the winter you will find beautiful illuminations, little cosy snow globes where you can chill with a coffee and even a tiny ice rink.

The area has plenty of seating space where you can take a small break from your otherwise intense Tokyo itinerary. My recommendation? Head there first thing in the morning, when the shopping centre opens, grab a cup of coffee from the nearby Starbucks or Blue Bottle café and head to the rooftop to admire how Tokyo comes to life.

Night view from Ginza Six

Now, if you’re anything like me, you’re always on the lookout for that perfect shot. And let me tell you, the Ginza Six Garden delivers. With its panoramic views of Tokyo’s skyline, you’ll want to snap a photo or two (or twenty). But don’t just keep your eyes peeled on the horizon, the garden itself is a masterpiece worthy of your social media feed.


6-chōme-10-1 Ginza, Chuo City, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan

📞 Contact

🚉 Closest Station (Directions)

Ginza Station

🕥 Opening Hours

Monday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Tuesday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Wednesday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Thursday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Friday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Saturday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM
Sunday: 10:30 AM – 8:30 PM

Final thoughts

So the next time you find yourself in Ginza, make sure to head to Ginza Six. And don’t stop at the luxury shops or the gourmet eateries. Take that elevator all the way to the rooftop and discover Tokyo’s awesome new rooftop garden. It’s a breath of fresh air you didn’t know you needed.

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Cory Varga – Cory is a published travel writer and award-winning photographer. She travels full time with her husband and is passionate about creating in-depth travel guides. Cory published her first book on Japanese customs and manners because she’s obsessed with everything Japan. She has visited hundreds of destinations and has lived in 7 different countries. Cory is multilingual and an alumna from The University of Manchester.


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