For a one-stop shopping fix, head to Ginza Six, a mall with more than 200 high-end stores for fashion, cosmetics, food, and art. The largest rooftop garden in Ginza has seating for a bento lunch or for a short rest in the heart of the city. The Tsutaya bookstore has an art exhibition space, and there is a traditional Noh theater. The underground food floor includes Enoteca wine bar, a Philippe Conticini dessert bar, and Kurogi Chacha for Kyoto Uji tea and sweets. Restaurant highlights include Yamanoue for tempura, Tsukiji Suzutomi for sushi, and Yakiniku Sansui for marbled Wagyu beef grilled at your table.