Park Map

Ginza Sony Park opened on August 9, 2018, as an ever-changing park experience in the heart of the city. Wanting to make even the process of reconstructing the 1966 Sony Building "uniquely Sony," the company embraced the incredibly innovative idea of turning the space into a park during the building's demolition.

Although the park is now under construction to open a new Ginza Sony Park, scheduled to be completed in 2024, Sony has set in motion a number of experimental activities for the next phase.

Ginza Sony Park

Ginza Sony Park will consist of a flat, 707-square meter above-ground section, and a 4-floor"Lower Park," located underground, making for an open, vertical park connected by a central stairwell, which preserves the unique structure of the former Sony Building. This"ever-changing park" will feature an array of one-of-a-kind, highly experimental stores and events, held in collaboration with our unique partners. Many experiential events and live performances are currently in the planning stages, centering on the themes of"Sony" and"parks."

Information (10:00 - 20:00)

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Park Tour

Guided tours by Park staff

Ginza Map

Ginza Sony Park is giving out original Ginza Maps that introduce recommended spots based on a particular theme.

Use them to discover new and exciting places when exploring Ginza!

*Maps are no longer available.

Language Both Japanese and English
Schedule Issued on an irregular basis

Tokyo Tourist Information: Available Languages

Face-to-face call center assistance by monitor

Japanese, English, Chinese, Korean, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian, Thai

*Assistance in each particular language is not available during certain hours.

The Official Tokyo Travel Guide Japanese, English, Chinese (Traditional & Simplified), Korean, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Thai

Restrooms/Baby Care Room

There are ten restrooms within the park grounds. The restroom on the B1 Floor is wheelchair-accessible.

There is one Baby Care Room on the B3 Floor.

Free Wi-Fi

You may use the Free WiFi within the park grounds.

AED (Automated External Defibrillators)

There are AEDs located on the B1 and B2 floors, for emergency situations involving heart disease (heart attacks, heart failure, etc.), and/or in which the victim is not breathing or has no pulse.