Ginza (which literally means “silver mint”) is one of the largest and oldest shopping districts in Tokyo. Most of the upscale stores in this area have more in common with stores you would encounter in a modern western shopping district. There’s even an Apple store here – the first ever opened outside of the United States.
Home of the famous Ginza Lion beer hall, the district is said to feature over 400 art galleries and numerous department stores.
If you’re looking for a long day of shopping, Ginza is probably a good bet. Just remember to check your credit limit before you start your day.