Top 10 Airbnb Vacation Rentals In Ginza, Tokyo - Updated 2023


While you know that Tokyo is one of Japan’s largest draws to tourism, Ginza (a part of Tokyo) is the largest luxury shopping and entertainment district in not just Tokyo but all of Japan. Many flagship stores line the streets of Ginza and many Japanese brands are headquartered in this wonderful city. If you’re hoping to shop and also explore Japanese culture in a fun and glamorous way, then a trip to Ginza should definitely be a part of your itinerary. And to save you some time, here’s a list of Ginza’s best Airbnbs to help your trip-planning!

1. Market-side apartment (from 85 USD)

Last but certainly not least is the market-side apartment. This studio can host four guests, with three beds, and one bathroom. The hosts definitely think of their guests comfort with amenities like complimentary Japanese slippers and Onsen bathing powder. They will also provide you with tours and itinerary plans so you can really immerse yourself in Japanese culture.

Market-side apartment

Price: from 85 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 4

2. Japanese Modernism (from 57 USD)

This modern apartment is just a 5 minute walk from all the shopping and restaurants that Ginza has to offer. The apartment is specifically located on Showa Street and also a short distance to various subway stations, a 4 minute walk to Kabuki Theater, and a 10 minute walk to Tsukiji Fish Market. There are two bedrooms, three beds (five guests), free WiFi, and all the amenities that an elegant apartment could have!

Japanese Modernism

Price: from 57 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 5

3. Studio suite (from 61 USD)

This great studio suite is located in the heart of Ginza, with convenient access to Shinjuku, Shibuya, and Harajuku. The studio features one bedroom (with a double bed and sleeper sofa), kitchen space, bathroom, balcony, and elevator access within the room! It can comfortably accommodate up to three guests and children under six don’t count as guests.

Studio suite

Price: from 61 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 3

4. Penthouse Ginza apartment (from 84 USD)

This Ginza apartment is found on the top floor of the building (Penthouse!) and you’ll have the entire floor to yourself. While the apartment is in Ginza, it also has nearby access to Tsukiji, Tokyo Station, Kabuki-za, Mitsukoshi, Nihonbashi, and Imperial Palace. There is one bedroom with a double bed and sleeper sofa, free WiFi, and all other essential amenities.

Penthouse Ginza apartment

Price: from 84 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 3

5. New studio apartment (from 103 USD)

This brand new studio apartment in Ginza is right next to the Shintomicho station, and just a short walk to all the glorious shopping Ginza has to offer - and fresh food you can get at the Tsukiji market. The apartment itself is located in a quieter part of the town, giving a great place to relax after a long day of shopping. The apartment has one bedroom with a king bed, a sleeper sofa in the living room, and can accommodate up to six people comfortably.

New studio apartment

Price: from 103 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 6

6. Two bedroom apartment (from 123 USD)

This is a brand new two bedroom, one bathroom apartment in the heart of Ginza, Tokyo. If you stay here you’ll be just a quick five minute stroll to the Tsukiji fish market where you can grab the freshest sushi for breakfast you’ll have ever had. The apartment itself is brand new, with four single beds and one double bed, making it comfortable for up to six guests.

Two bedroom apartment

Price: from 123 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 6

7. Shintomicho Station apartment (from 47 USD)

While this apartment is located right next to the Shintomicho Station, it’s also right near Tokyo Station. As guests of the apartment, you’ll have access to free WiFi, two double beds, a single bed, full bathroom with a bidet, kitchen, and other essential amenities. If you’re new to the area (like most guests) the host is also available to provide recommendations to local restaurants and things to do!

Shintomicho Station apartment

Price: from 47 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 5

8. Ginza studio apartment (from 113 USD)

While this studio apartment might seem like it’s small on paper, the light and airy feel the open floor plan gives you make it anything but. The studio can accommodate five guests in the spacious open room and has plenty of natural light filtering in from the large windows - and the bathroom has a simple elegance that is just beautiful (like I want this bathroom). The room has three single beds and two sleeper sofas and a great view over Ginza.

Ginza studio apartment

Price: from 113 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 5

9. One bedroom apartment (from 130 USD)

This one bedroom apartment in Ginza spans the entire floor of the building and can comfortably house eight guests. While the apartment is equipped with all the amenities you could need - TV, WiFi, washer/dryer, lots of kitchen appliances, etc. - it also has two double beds, a sleeper sofa double bed, and two single futons.

One bedroom apartment

Price: from 130 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 8

10. Two bedroom in Ginza (from 161 USD)

While many of the available apartment rentals in Ginza are studio suites or one bedrooms, this one isn’t - it’s a two bedroom apartment - so it’s plenty large for you and your group/fam/whoever you want to bring. The apartment is conveniently located to the Tsukiji Fish Market, various stations, and the amazing shopping that Ginza has waiting for you. The apartment has two single beds, one folding bed, and four futons - so plenty of space for everyone.

Two bedroom in Ginza

Price: from 161 USD

Number of Guests: Sleeps 8

Ready. Set. Shop!

You know you want to, so what are you waiting for? Just book one of these lovely Airbnbs and get yourself to Ginza.

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