COREDO Muromachi 1 (B1)
2-2-1 Nihonbashi Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo
☎ +81-3-3242-0010 (Japanese 10:00am - 9:00pm)
☎ +81-3-3242-2334 (English 10:00am - 7:00pm)
Open 10:00am - 9:00pm
Directly connected to Mitsukoshimae Station
(Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, Hanzomon Line)
Community Cycle 1 Day Pass Sales Counter
Mitsui Shopping Park Card Service Counter
|2016.05.20||The Nihonbashi Information Center offers tours led by International Concierges introducing Japanese culture and Nihonbashi’s history. For more information about the other Omotenashi Nihonbashi activities, including a kimono rental and tea ceremony, please see the official website.|
The Nihonbashi Information Center provides up-to-date information about historical shops, sightseeing spots, events, and festivals, helping you find the best way to enjoy the area. Our giant 2.6 x 3 meter wall map makes it easy to find information about events and recommended spots around town, as well as to see the characteristics of different areas of Nihonbashi at a single glance.
International Concierges are available at the Nihonbashi Information Center to provide assistance in a number of languages. English-guided tours and workshops are also offered with prior reservations.
Available languages (as of May 2016)
English, French, Italian, Russian, Ukranian, Egyptian Arabic, Chinese
The Nihonbashi Information Center offers a number of tours and activities so that you can learn about Japan's traditions. Explore Japanese cuisine and culture on a guided tour, try on a kimono, join a tea ceremony, watch a geisha performance, or design an original name stamp. For more information: Omotenashi NihonbashiOmotenashi Nihonbashi
The Takumi Shop showcases the skills of traditional artisans and sells products from Nihonbashi's historical and famous shops. With various Nihonbashi limited edition items, which are all products made in collaboration with historical shops and famous stores in COREDO Muromachi, there are a number of original products that you won't be able to find anywhere else!
Relax in the cafe as you enjoy the original drinks and sweets made using ingredients from Nihonbashi's famous shops. Be sure to keep an eye out for limited edition menu items, made specially from products introduced in the Japanese free paper "Nihonbashi Goyomi."