Bulgari has opened a new flagship store in Ginza, Tokyo’s most exclusive and luxurious shopping district. Bulgari Ginza Building is located at 2-7-12 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo. Bulgari Bulgari’s largest store in the world is located here. The retail area covers an area of 940 square meters. Just a leisure.
The front of Bulgari Ginza Building is 56 meters high, which is very magnificent. This building is a symbol of urban architecture for customers and tourists visiting Tokyo. The building has ten floors and the terrace on the top floor is an Italian-style garden.
The first floor specializes in jewelry and watches, the second floor is accessories such as handbags, small leather goods, glasses, scarves and gifts, and the third floor is the VIP room for wedding salons and high-end jewelry. The fourth floor is the after-sales service department, and the fifth to seventh floors are reserved for the headquarters of Bulgari Japan.
The top third floor of the Bulgari Ginza building is the location of ‘Il Ristorante’, an Italian-style dining bar run by Bulgari. The dining bar has a separate entrance, a dedicated elevator, and an exclusive Italian-style garden and relaxation area on the roof terrace. ‘Il Ristorante’ is designed by the famous architecture company Antonio Citterio & Partners, with a modern, elegant and sophisticated style, consistent with the architectural and decoration style of Bulgari’s hotel restaurant in Milan.
The exterior and interior of the Bulgari Ginza building were designed by Bulgari’s own architects, while the structure was designed by Shimizu Company, imitating the structure of a jewelry box, and ten super large display windows surround the building for a week Highlights the beauty of the entire building. The windows are decorated with warm Italian log floors and the contrast of light Trani marble walls, like a nostalgic Roman architecture.
During the celebrations of the opening of successive new stores, the ten large windows of the Bulgari Bulgari Ginza Building will become the Bulgari Museum of Antique Jewellery. Each window will focus on ten important periods in the history of Bulgari’s design development, from silverware in the 19th century to the Art Deco period in the 1920s and 1930s, and the Pop Art movement in the 1970s. until today.