Around and about in Tokyo: Ginza

This week on the kay me blog, we’re taking a look at some of our favourite places around our stores in Tokyo, starting with our home and atelier headquarters, Ginza.

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Ginza became famous as Tokyo district known for it’s European-style brick buildings and roads, with a fashionable image that continues to this day. From theatres and department stores to restaurants and beauty salons, Ginza is a place to people watch and to be seen yourself.

Just around the corner from our store in Ginza, you’ll find a striking piece of public art, Young Clock Tower by renowned artist Taro Okamoto, famous for his Tower of the Sun sculpture made for the Osaka expo.

The tiny park that houses the clock is also just next to the new Tokyu Plaza store, with a whole floor dedicated to made in Japan gifts that make excellent souvenirs for loved ones (and yourself!).

Head further down the main street, and a left turn takes one towards the uniquely Japanese Takarazuka theatre. Showing international musicals and luxurious revue shows, with all parts played perfectly by Japanese actresses, early mornings and evenings see fans lining up catch a glimpse of their favourite stars.

A short walk further down the road is Hibiya park, a green oasis near the imperial palace and host to various events. Featuring water fountains, ponds with carp and turtles and children’s play areas, Hibiya park is a favourite place for local workers in high rise skyscrapers to relax amongst the greenery during their lunch break.

What to wear in Ginza: silk

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(Hana kurenai shell, Hana asagi shell, Tokiwa midori asymmetryBlack rose asymmetry)

Capture the elegance and modernity of Ginza with our 100% silk jersey dresses – inspired by authentic kimono prints and made from our patented fully washable soft and heavy silk, kay me silk dresses are a great option for dining out in the evening and taking in a show.

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