Experience Ishikawa Prefecture in Ginza, Tokyo with new VR service

12.December.2017 | SPOT

Ishikawa Hyakumangoku Monogatari – Edo Honten started a free service on December 11th which enables people to experience tourist spots around Ishikawa Prefecture while in Ginza, Tokyo through the use of VR.



Ishikawa Prefecture is lavish with tradition and culture, bringing in around 25 million tourists every year to witness the beautiful scenery across all 4 seasons, the food culture, the various craft shops and lifestyle stores, and more.


“Ishikawa Hyakumangoku Monogatari – Edo Honten” was born in Ginza and is an ‘antenna shop’ that offers the people of Tokyo to enjoy everything from Ishikawa Prefecture, including food and beauty products. They also stock seasonal foods and traditional crafts, as well as rare items that are difficult to obtain in the capital. Their shelves are lined with approximately 1,900 products.


The VR service allows people to virtually enjoy Ishikawa Prefecture so they can experience sightseeing there even if they’re in Tokyo. It’s located on the 2nd floor cafe space and can be used freely by anybody.



Spots you can visit virtually include “Kenroku-en” in Kanazawa and “Shiroyone Senmaida” in Wajima. There’s much to see and they plan to add even more locations.


Enjoy the charm of Ishikawa Prefecture in Ginza.



Ishikawa Prefecture Antenna Shop – “Ishikawa Hyakumangoku Monogatari – Edo Honten”

Address: TH Ginza Building, 2-2-18 Ginza, Chuo, Tokyo, 104-0061

Opening Hours: 10:30-20:00

Closed only during New Year’s.

TEL: 03-6228-7177

Website: http://100mangokushop.jp/