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Positioned a hop, skip and a jump to the southeast of the middle of Japan's national capital, Tokyo, you'll find the district of Ginza.

The big draws of the Tokyo area are iconic and they include the Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Sky Tree and the Sensoji Temple.

It'd be crazy to skip Tokyo Imperial Palace, positioned not far the heart of Ginza.

When you want to stay close after stopping by Tsukiji Fish Market, the Four Seasons Hotel Tokyo at Marunouchi, Mandarin Oriental Tokyo, Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, The Peninsula Tokyo and Conrad Tokyo are each good places.

Walk along the river banks until you find Kachidoki Bridge, a well-known structure that features a long, rich history. The Palace Hotel Tokyo and Imperial Hotel are handy if you want to stay close by. Don't forget to call into Masakado Kubizuka. Have a look for guided tours or just take in the atmosphere of this historic place. Try The Capitol Hotel Tokyu and The Tokyo Station Hotel to be near this place.

Spending some time in Ginza on a budget? The Tokyo Ginza Bay Hotel should be your best bet.

At Wotif, we believe that from time to time you should treat yourself. So if you are seeking hotels in Ginza and you can spend a bit more, you should consider the deals at the Mitsui Garden Hotel Ginza Premier and Millennium Mitsui Garden Hotel Tokyo.

Have a hard time getting much done without a morning coffee? You'll be relieved to know Ginza has some excellent cafes. Cafe Paulista Ginza is a local favourite, offering a mouthwatering range of hot drinks and pastries. All of that sightseeing can certainly take it out of you. Luckily, Mercure Tokyo Ginza serves up nourishing meals that'll be sure to satisfy even the hungriest of travellers. Ever noticed that you tend to get thirsty as soon as the sun starts to set? A few hard-earned beers at Shiba Park Hotel is the perfect way to cap off a fulfilling day.

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Can't secure the perfect Ginza hotel deal? It is worth checking out the hotel options in the Namiki-Dori hotels guide and the Wotif Ginzanishi hotels guide.

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Hotels in Ginza start at AU$90 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.

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