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GRANSTA TOKYO

Over 150 Various Shops, Cafés, and Restaurants in JR East’s Largest “Ekinaka” Station Shopping Area, Located Within Tokyo Station

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Shopping Area

JR Easts’ largest “ekinaka” (train station shopping area) “GRANSTA TOKYO” opened on August 3rd, 2020 inside of Tokyo Station. Within its iconic “Square Zero” large open area, visitors can get an excellent view of the essence of “city” with the carefully-selected lineup of shops, cafés, and restaurants.

Among the over 150 different facilities available not only will you find shops perfect for picking out souvenirs, but there is also a chocolate café, a bakery café, a sake tasting bar, a conveyor belt sushi restaurant with fish caught fresh that morning, a restaurant that recreates old-time dining train cars, and more! From dropping in for a quick drink to picking out a bento to eat, GRANSTA TOKYO is sure to always offer something new to discover and enjoy whenever you may stop by.

Highlights

  • JR East’s largest “ekinaka” facility, located inside of Tokyo Station.
  • Over 150 varied shops, cafés, and restaurants.
  • A place you can stop by many times for things like bento boxes and souvenirs.

Photos

  • Enjoy the atmosphere of an old-timey train dining car at “STATION RESTAURANT THE CENTRAL.”

    Enjoy the atmosphere of an old-timey train dining car at “STATION RESTAURANT THE CENTRAL.”

  • “CACAO HUNTERS Plus” is a chocolate café where guests can enjoy treats that draw out the deliciousness of cacao, like sweets and gelato

    “CACAO HUNTERS Plus” is a chocolate café where guests can enjoy treats that draw out the deliciousness of cacao, like sweets and gelato

  • Enjoy fresh fish caught that morning after you come in by Shinkansen, high-speed bus, or airplane at “Kaitenzushi Haneda Ichiba”

    Enjoy fresh fish caught that morning after you come in by Shinkansen, high-speed bus, or airplane at “Kaitenzushi Haneda Ichiba”

  • “nuevo by BUNMEIDO,” a new brand by 100-year-old castela specialty store BUNMEIDO, is a perfect place to pick up souvenirs!

    “nuevo by BUNMEIDO,” a new brand by 100-year-old castela specialty store BUNMEIDO, is a perfect place to pick up souvenirs!

  • “Hasegawa Sake-ten GRANSTA TOKYO” helps to spread sake culture by offeing samples of sake at its tasting bar and selling onigiri (rice balls) made from brewer’s rice

    “Hasegawa Sake-ten GRANSTA TOKYO” helps to spread sake culture by offeing samples of sake at its tasting bar and selling onigiri (rice balls) made from brewer’s rice

  • GRANSTA TOKYO is a great place to enjoy picking out souvenirs, prepared foods, and bento boxes. The “town” that you’ll find inside the ekinaka is a new draw to Tokyo Station that always will have something to offer you.

    GRANSTA TOKYO is a great place to enjoy picking out souvenirs, prepared foods, and bento boxes. The “town” that you’ll find inside the ekinaka is a new draw to Tokyo Station that always will have something to offer you.

Reviews

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  • 孫佳玲

    好吃好買好逛,眼花撩亂,很容易搞不清楚方向,車站太大了。一不小心很容易迷路,對於我方向感不好的人,一定要跟好跟滿。

  • Michael Xue525

    還好,蠻好逛!
    想找一些Made in Japan的東西,好像有個賣iPhone保護殼的店叫ekissora還不錯噢~🆒

  • 蘭蘭

    人潮就是錢潮,利用車站便利性加上商業設施,創造出許多意想不到的效果。

  • 雅淑

    雖然說是車站但是卻像百貨公司地下美食廣場,時間允許的話可以去逛逛。

  • 玉兒 Huang

    各種不同名店,動線標示不清楚有點亂,容易迷路

  • 黃來發

    把車站弄成是一個高級購物的場所,也真是不簡單

  • 許靜慧

    迴轉壽司餐廳食材強調都是產地直送相當新鮮美味👍

  • 蔡義忠

    有上百種類的便當可以選擇,海膽便當售價很貴但是非常值得

  • 吳嘉惠

    區域範圍很大,所以方向感不是很好的我來說,好像進入的迷宮一般,導引地圖希望能夠再多設置一些

  • 饒倩如

    推薦 魚忠的「奢華丼」,飯上鋪著滿滿的生海膽、鮭魚卵等⋯⋯食材相當新鮮,海膽完全沒有腥味🥰

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Details

Name in Japanese
グランスタ東京
Postal Code
100-0005
Address
JR East’s Tokyo Station, 1F and B1F (both within and outside ticket gate) 1-9-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Telephone
03-6212-1740 *TetsudoKaikan co.Ltd.
Closed
Open every day
Business Hours
8:00am-10:00pm (8:00am-9:00pm on Sundays and last days of holidays) ※Some stores may have different hours
Access
Past the ticket gate at the central passage and north free passage of JR East’s Tokyo Station. Some stores are also accessible from outside the ticket gates.
Official Website
Official Website (Japanese)