Seibu Shinjuku Station 西武新宿駅

  • Publié le : 09/06/2018
  • Par : Japan Experience
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Seibu Shinjuku Station in Shinjuku, Tokyo serves only one private railway company, Seibu Railways. Seibu Shinjuku Station is the terminus of the Seibu Shinjuku Line to Hon Kawagoe Station in Kawagoe in Saitama Prefecture.


The Koedo Limited Express takes you to Hon Kawagoe Station and thus into close walking distance to the historic center of Kawagoe in a mere 46 minutes. Seat reservations are necessary for the Koedo Limited Express.

Regular express trains bound for Hon Kawagoe operate as express trains only up to Tanashi Station and then turn into local trains, stopping at every station.

Kodaira Station, where the Haijima Line branches off from the Seibu Shinjuku Line, is two stops before Tanashi Station.


Koedo Limited Express bound for Hon Kawagoe (left) and a local train bound for Haijima (right), Seibu Shinjuku Station

Koedo Limited Express bound for Hon Kawagoe (left) and a local train bound for Haijima (right), Seibu Shinjuku Station

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Around Shinjuku Station

Shinjuku shopping offers the most consumer choice of anywhere in Tokyo. Both Odakyu and Keio have department stores at the station as does Seibu at the Seibu-Shinjuku Station.

Among the thousands of cafes, restaurants and stores in the immediate vicinity of Shinjuku Station are the Isetan, Mitsukoshi and Marui department stores, Lumine Este, and Kinokuniya bookshop (all east exit).
HMV and Tower Records, Takashimaya Times Square, Tokyu Hands (all south exit)
Odakyu and Keio department stores, Bic Camera, and Yodobashi Camera (all west exit).

West of Shinjuku Station is Tocho (the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building) and the surrounding cluster of skyscrapers including the Shinjuku NS Building, KDDI Building, Shinjuku Sumitomo Building, the Sompo Building, and the Nomura building. Shinjuku Chuo Koen Park is in West Shinjuku.

Seibu Shinjuku Station seen from Yasukuni Dori Avenue

Seibu Shinjuku Station seen from Yasukuni Dori Avenue

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