Coredo Muromachi is a shopping complex made up of three buildings (Coredo Muromachi and Coredo Muromachi 2 & 3) that contain a multitude of restaurants, shops, and a cinema. Despite its modern facade, the Coredo Muromachi building contains some of Japan’s oldest traditional stores and is an excellent place to shop for high quality Japanese souvenirs and gifts. The Nihombashi Information Center is also located on level B1. You can download their guide to Nihombashi here (scroll to the bottom of the page for the link).

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COREDO Muromachi, 2-2-1 Nihombashi-Muromachi, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 103-0022
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