Neighborhoods Shinjuku

Spirit

The district of Shinjuku is the heart of the Japanese capital. On the old road from Tokaido, Shinjuku was the first entertainment posts in the Edo era.
Between its skyscrapers, its night-life and its gardens, Shinjuku is alive 24/7.
 


Pluses

Access to Tokyo's biggest station, to reach different districts by metro or the Yamanote. Departure by JR train...

Located at the edge of Shinjuku-Gyoen park, calm and tranquillity can be found.
 

Minuses

Few restaurants nearby, you have to go to the Shinjuku-Dori.
 

Shops

- "Mini Stop" Convenience Store, open 24/24

- Post office

Transport

From Shinjuku Station:

- Underground: 

  • Toei Oedo (Yoyogi, Roppongi,...)
  • Toei Shinjuku (Kudanshita, Jimbocho,...)
  • Marunouchi (Ginza, Tokyo,...)

- Train:

  • JR Yamanote (Shibuya, Tokyo, Ikebukuro...)
  • JR Chuo (Mitaka, Akihabara,...)
  • JR Saikyo (Kawagoe, Saitama,...)

Restaurants

Few restaurants nearby, you have to go to the Shinjuku-Dori.

Attractions

  • Observatory of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government situated on the 45th floor (view of the capital and Mount Fuji)
  • Shinjuku-Gyoen Park
  • Kabukicho (nightlife district)
  • Hanazono shrine
  • Golden Gaï (street with small bars)
  • Meiji shrine
  • Yoyogi park

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