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銀座, ぎんざ

  • ginza


noun (common) (futsuumeishi)

  • Ginza (shopping district in Tokyo)


  • (Edo period) silver mint

Examples of 銀座,ぎんざ in a Sentence

New York's Fifth Avenue is comparable to Ginza.
The real estate broker was lavish in his spending in Ginza.
I felt thoroughly lost in the crowded Ginza.
I get on the subway every morning at Ginza.
Yesterday I nearly ran into Robert in Ginza.
She got on the subway at Ginza.
There is a shuttle bus that goes to the Ginza Tokyu Hotel.
I ran into a friend while walking in Ginza.
Is the Ginza the busiest street in Japan?

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