Having been around since 1971, department store Melsa was in need of a facelift. Under its new name Exitmelsa, the shopping complex also takes on a new concept: ‘casual sophistication’. Rather than focusing on flash luxury, they’ve tuned their focus to high quality goods and a more well-rounded style of living. Some of their top shops include Russian restaurant Shibuya Rogovski and Maker’s Shirt Kamakura, known for their outstanding yet affordable Japan-made shirts. Free wi-fi available.

Open: Sep 18, 2015



5-7-10 Ginza, Chuo-ku

Transport Ginza Station (Marunouchi, Hibiya, Ginza lines)


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