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Step from Tokyo’s busiest train station into streets filled with endless shopping and dining options and the largest concentration of “love hotels” in the city.
Visit this sophisticated western ward of Tokyo for atmospheric temples, exquisite art museums, coastal parks, high-end shopping and child-friendly entertainment.
Imperial, political and religious landmarks, peaceful gardens, superb art exhibitions, live music venues and theaters beckon visitors to Tokyo’s central district.
This Tokyo suburb is the long-standing center of Tokyo’s youth and cosplay culture and the place to shop, snack, people-watch and glimpse the future of fashion.
Old and new combine in this lively focal point in the heart of Tokyo, where traditional museums and temples stand beside a cat café and themed arcade world.
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Shinjuku is a metropolitan neighbourhood known for its array of dining options and bar scene. Make sure that you visit Samurai Museum and Shinjuku Isetan as part of your Shinjuku travel plans.
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Looking for a little shopping break? A shopping trip to Shinjuku Isetan, Isetan Department Store Shinjuku and Shinjuku Subnade might be just the ticket while you're in Shinjuku. Samurai Museum and Ninja Trick House In Tokyo are some other stops worth a visit in the neighbourhood. Tokyo Dome and Tokyo Imperial Palace are some popular places to visit in the area around Shinjuku. While you're out sightseeing, Hanazono-jinja and Hanazono Shrine are a couple of additional sights to visit in Tokyo.
If you want to see more of the city, Shinjuku-sanchome Station is the closest metro stop. Others nearby include Shinjuku-nishiguchi Station and Higashi-shinjuku Station. If you're considering venturing out of town, train travel is a great option. Seibu-Shinjuku Station is the closest train station, but Shinjuku Station and Shin-Okubo Station are also close by.