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    Ginza 4-chome Intersection is the heart of Ginza, the famous up market fashion district of Tokyo. Ginza 4-chome Intersection is marked by two landmark buildings, Wako Department Store and The San-ai Building. The other two corners are occupied by the Nissan Gallery and Mitsukoshi Department Store Ginza. From Ginza 4-chome Intersection most of the highlights of Ginza spread out along Chuo Dori to the north and south, and along Harumi Dori, mainly to the north in the direction of the Tokyo Imperial Palace.

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    1. Valerie Ginza 4-chome Intersection
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      The 4-chome (pronounced yon-chome) intersection is one of those highlights of Tokyo that, while it’s nothing astounding and mind-blowing, really seems to encapsulate what it means to be in Tokyo. The flashing lights, the rush of bodies, the honking of car horns, and the constant motion of it all is kind of surreal. Coming here is akin to the experience of the super busy Shibuya intersection, except the environment is slightly more classy.

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