The new Ginza Sony Park will refresh the Ginza area by bringing a splash of color and life to this city district. Visitors can look forward to lush green spaces, shops, and restaurants.
The park is under reconstruction and aiming for completion in 2024. Read more
The lower park will encompass above-ground and below-ground structures to create a wide and open feeling in an otherwise cramped city. Currently, guests can visit a few eateries and kiosks that have already opened.
Phase two will involve creating a green park space to provide the public of Ginza with a “vertical stroll”.
The architecture of both structures promises to be something innovative and seamless with the surrounding Ginza. Visitors can look forward to visiting a space designed with Sony characteristics of unparalleled playfulness.
Exit B8 from Ginza Station.
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