Aoyama Maru [Rakushokushu Maru] - 楽食酒 圓
Address B1 floor, Aoyama KT Building, 5-50-8, Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
Take Hanzomon Line, Chiyoda Line, or Ginza Line to Omotesando Station.
Take Exit B2 at Omotesando Station. Aoyama Maru is a three minute walk from the exit.
When you go up the stairs from the Exit B2, the major street is Aoyama Street (Route 246).
Walk southwest toward Shibuya, or if you are facing KFC, walk left, straight along the street.
You’ll pass Kinokuniya Supermarket, Dyson, Pronto Café, and Matsumoto Kiyoshi drugstore.
You’ll soon see Found MUJI, just before reaching United Nations University (Kokuren Daigaku). Follow the directions “From Found MUJI”, below.
Request a drop off at Found MUJI on Aoyama Street (Route 246). If the driver isn’t familiar with the location of Found MUJI, he should know the United Nations University (Kokuren Daigaku) or Kinokuniya Supermarket near MUJI. Then follow the direction “From Found MUJI.”
From Found MUJI
Walk just a few seconds down to a small street at the corner of MUJI, and you will find a building with brick entranceway. Look for the small illuminated square sign, pictured below. We are located in the basement of this building.
Ginza Maru - 銀座 圓
Address 2nd floor, Ichigo Ginza 612 Bulding, 6-12-15, Ginza, Chuou-ku, Tokyo
From Ginza Station on the Ginza and Marunouchi Line
Take Exit A3 at Ginza Station. Ginza Maru is a three minute walk from the exit.
When exiting the stairs, you’ll find yourself near the large, famous intersection called Ginza Yon-chome Kousaten, where Chuo (Central) Street and Harumi Street intersect. You are on Chuo Street, and you will find Ginza Core shopping building to the southwest. Continue on Chuo Street to the southwest (toward Shimbashi). You’ll soon find Mizuho Bank and Ginza Go-chome Kousaten intersection.
Turn left at the intersection, towards the southeast. Keep walking southeast until you see Ginza Aster restaurant. Cross the intersection diagonally towards 大貴洞 (no English sign), a variety shop with red awnings. The large shopping building across the street is GINZA SIX. Walk straight between大貴洞 and GINXA SIX, heading southwest.
Ginza Maru is about halfway down the street, and is in a building on the 2nd floor.
From Higashi-ginza Station on the Hibiya and Toei Asakusa Line
Take Exit A1. Ginza Maru is a three minute walk from the exit.
When exiting the stairs, you’ll find yourself near the pachinko shop, P-Ark, and a convenience store, Mini Stop. Walk across the small street heading northwest, and you’ll soon find Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel. Continue along this small street heading northwest, and you’ll find a white building called Ginza Miss Paris.
Turn left (southwest) between the hotel and Ginza Miss Paris, and walk straight down the street. You will pass Saray Turkish restaurant, and then you’ll hit Caffé Veloce at the first small intersection. Cross the street to pass another café, St. Marc Café, (note that it doesn’t have an English sign). Turn right (northwest) until you come an intersection where 大貴洞 (with no English sign) is located. You’ll recognize it as a variety shop with red awnings. The big shopping building across the street is GINZA SIX, but don’t cross the street towards it. Instead, turn left (southwest) between 大貴洞 and GINXA SIX and continue straight.
Ginza Maru is about halfway down the street and is located in a building on the 2nd floor.
From Yurakucho or Shinbashi Station of JR Yamanote Line and JR Keihin-Tohoku Line
Ginza Maru is a 10 minute walk from either station. Walk toward to Ginza Yon-chome Kousaten or Ginza Go-chome Kousaten intersection, follow the directions of “from Ginza Station.”
Request a drop off at Ginza Yon-chome Kousaten intersection or Ginza Go-chome Kousaten intersection, and follow the directions “from Ginza Station” above.