Kagami Crystal shop in Ginza, Japan's most fashionable, high-end streets. It is a five-minute walk from the Ginza station and visited by many tourists looking for Japanese souvenirs.
Only a portion of our products are introduced on the website. A full range of products are displayed at our shop in Ginza. Please visit our shop and experience them yourselves as the brilliance and magnificence of crystal glass cannot be fully appreciated with photos only.
On the right-hand side there are articles of Edo Kiriko, Japanese traditional craft, on display. Please enjoy the amazingly elaborate works of master craftsmen.
On the left-hand side there are clear crystal glassware articles on display. Brilliantly cut crystal glassware pieces will add luxury to your life and will also be very suitable gift items.
At the back there are glassware articles used by the Imperial Household Agency at official receptions and other very rare works of art on display.
Customer’s original passport will be required for tax exemption. Be sure to bring your passport, please.
We have been authorized as a Designated Store (DS) for Consumption Tax Exemption for Foreign Establishments by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan. February 15, 2017 We are pleased to announce that KAGAMI Ginza shop was authorized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan as a Designated Store (DS) for Consumption Tax Exemption Purchase for Foreign Establishments on February 1, 2017. [Customers exempted from the consumption tax] include an embassy, a consulate general, a consulate, an international organization, a diplomat, an administrative / technical officer of foreign establishments and an employee of an international organization, possessing a Tax Exemption Card for an embassy / a diplomat issued by the Protocol Office of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Minister's Secretariat Office. The following items are required to be exempted from the consumption tax. [Documents necessary for consumption tax exemption procedure] 1. A Tax Exemption Card for an embassy / a diplomat (with face photo) A "Tax Exemption Card" specifies a range of merchandise and the minimum purchase amount for tax exemption. 2. An ID slip issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan 3. Certificate of Tax Exemption Purchase for Foreign Establishments You are kindly requested to show us the above documents at our shop to receive tax exemption. Below is a sticker of a DS store issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Japan and you can check at KAGAMI Ginza shop. DS stands for Designated Store.
We provide a wrapping service for free. In addition, you may choose Japanese traditional paper, Washi, for wrapping your gift for 200 yen excluding tax.
Kagami Crystal shop in Ginza is a duty-free shop. Purchases exceeding 5,000 yen are exempt from taxation. Bring your passport, Please.【Japan Tourism】
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