Tokyo's Ginza district will see its newest and biggest commercial complex open next April as it seeks to attract more visitors by providing a luxurious and culture-rich experience, developers said Wednesday.

With the growth of e-commerce, consumer behavior has been shifting, leaving traditional "shopping facilities that merely sell products to face a tougher time," Sumitomo Corp. President Kuniharu Nakamura told a news conference in Tokyo.

The new, 148,700-sq.-meter Ginza Six mall will feature 241 stores as well as a traditional noh theater, art exhibitions, office space and a bus terminal.