The Par.king Ginza says a lot about its unusual location which is set on the third and fourth basement levels of the Sony Building in Tokyo and shares the space with the Nishi-Ginza Parking that has a capacity of 800 vehicles. If you happen to be driving you can park and enter by foot or drive into the space itself. Created under the direction of Hiroshi Fujiwara, the store includes a cafe, gallery and retail space that have no clear boundaries.
TRD: If you have a really shabby car just order a Uber to get there.
Did you know: Tokyo is the largest metropolitan area in the world with more than 35 million people.