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Guidebook for Shinjuku

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Guidebook for Shinjuku

Food Scene
The basement of this place offers great food (Italian, Spanish and Japanese) as well as coffee and deserts. We stayed at the Hyatt regency and there is an underground subway link directly between the buildings so no need to even cross a road to get to it. Very well priced, accommodating for children and some staff have English if needed. English me use available everywhere.
Hotel BaliAn Resort Shinjuku Island
The basement of this place offers great food (Italian, Spanish and Japanese) as well as coffee and deserts. We stayed at the Hyatt regency and there is an underground subway link directly between the buildings so no need to even cross a road to get to it. Very well priced, accommodating for children and some staff have English if needed. English me use available everywhere.
In Japanese, the two kanji characters, "beautiful" and "experience" join together to form the word "oishii " which means delicious. Discover the pleasures of "oishii" golden tempura.
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Tsunahachi Shinjuku
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In Japanese, the two kanji characters, "beautiful" and "experience" join together to form the word "oishii " which means delicious. Discover the pleasures of "oishii" golden tempura.
Shinjuku Nishiguchi shopping street , Nishi Shinjuku Tokyo , Shinjuku -ku 1-chome shopping district . The name of the memories alley is known as an alias . Trace of the air raid , has its roots in the black market that could still vivid around 1946 .
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Omoide Yokochō
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Shinjuku Nishiguchi shopping street , Nishi Shinjuku Tokyo , Shinjuku -ku 1-chome shopping district . The name of the memories alley is known as an alias . Trace of the air raid , has its roots in the black market that could still vivid around 1946 .
Prepare for an eclectic evening with a Japanese cabaret show at the Robot Restaurant in Tokyo’s Kabukicho red-light district! Each entertaining 1-hour show features fun – and sometimes campy – performances full of flashing lights, taiko drums and techno music. See glitzy girls dance with a giant panda, dinosaurs, ninjas and (of course) robots on stage! Your entry ticket includes one drink of your choice (beer, sake, mineral water or soft drink).
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Robot Restaurant
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Prepare for an eclectic evening with a Japanese cabaret show at the Robot Restaurant in Tokyo’s Kabukicho red-light district! Each entertaining 1-hour show features fun – and sometimes campy – performances full of flashing lights, taiko drums and techno music. See glitzy girls dance with a giant panda, dinosaurs, ninjas and (of course) robots on stage! Your entry ticket includes one drink of your choice (beer, sake, mineral water or soft drink).
Drinks & Nightlife
Definitely the place to visit when you are in Shinjuku for the night. Its like a bar street were you can move between bars.
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Shinjuku Golden Gai
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Definitely the place to visit when you are in Shinjuku for the night. Its like a bar street were you can move between bars.
Sightseeing
The revolution of Meiji Restoration was achieved mainly by the Meiji emperor. Drawn with strict faithfulness to the histrical facts, the 80 masterpieces show the brave figures and historic scenes of the brilliant era. They are great works of art created by top artists, and are also precious historical records that show the politics, culture, and manners of the era.
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Meiji Jingu Gaien
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The revolution of Meiji Restoration was achieved mainly by the Meiji emperor. Drawn with strict faithfulness to the histrical facts, the 80 masterpieces show the brave figures and historic scenes of the brilliant era. They are great works of art created by top artists, and are also precious historical records that show the politics, culture, and manners of the era.
Parks & Nature
Shinjuku Central Park was planned in 1960 as a metropolitan park on the site where the Yodobashi Water Filtering Plant was once located. It was opened in 1968 and formed a link in the chain of the new city center project. In 1975, it was transferred from the Metropolitan authorities to Shinjuku ward. After this, it underwent large scale makeovers to become what it is today. With an area of 88,000 m2, it is the largest park in Shinjuku operated by the ward.
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新宿中央公園フットサル
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Shinjuku Central Park was planned in 1960 as a metropolitan park on the site where the Yodobashi Water Filtering Plant was once located. It was opened in 1968 and formed a link in the chain of the new city center project. In 1975, it was transferred from the Metropolitan authorities to Shinjuku ward. After this, it underwent large scale makeovers to become what it is today. With an area of 88,000 m2, it is the largest park in Shinjuku operated by the ward.
Shinjuku Gyoen is one of Tokyo's largest and most popular parks. In spring Shinjuku Gyoen becomes one of the best places in the city to see cherry blossoms.
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Shinjuku Gyoen
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Shinjuku Gyoen is one of Tokyo's largest and most popular parks. In spring Shinjuku Gyoen becomes one of the best places in the city to see cherry blossoms.
Arts & Culture
The State Guest Houses are the government facilities established to accommodate heads of the states, prime ministers and other honored guests from abroad. While state and official guests are staying at the guest houses, various diplomatic activities are held, such as summit meetings, courtesy calls, signing ceremonies, receptions and banquets. Through these activities, a profound contribution is made to the enhancement of mutual understanding and friendly relations with the guest countries.
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State Guest House
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The State Guest Houses are the government facilities established to accommodate heads of the states, prime ministers and other honored guests from abroad. While state and official guests are staying at the guest houses, various diplomatic activities are held, such as summit meetings, courtesy calls, signing ceremonies, receptions and banquets. Through these activities, a profound contribution is made to the enhancement of mutual understanding and friendly relations with the guest countries.
Their belief, “Reputation grudged” shows that samurai is not a simple soldier; they highly valued honor above life. The beauty of samurai spirit is shown in Japanese swords and their costumes. We are very happy if you can see what samurai spirit is and feel their spirits still living in today’s Japanese people.
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Samurai Museum
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Their belief, “Reputation grudged” shows that samurai is not a simple soldier; they highly valued honor above life. The beauty of samurai spirit is shown in Japanese swords and their costumes. We are very happy if you can see what samurai spirit is and feel their spirits still living in today’s Japanese people.
SEIJI TOGO MEMORIAL SOMPO JAPAN NIPPONKOA MUSEUM OF ART has been exhibiting Japanese and foreign artworks for over a quarter of a century since opening its doors in July 1976. The idea to open an art museum blossomed from The Yasuda Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., one of the forerunner companies of the present Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Inc. As part of its contribution to cultural improvement, Yasuda Fire aspired to provide a venue for enjoying artworks. Upon learning of this idea, Seiji Togo, who was closely associated with the company, offered to donate his collection. As the name of the original museum “SEIJI TOGO ART MUSEUM” suggests, the museum was initially intended to display
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Seiji Togo Memorial Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Museum of Art
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SEIJI TOGO MEMORIAL SOMPO JAPAN NIPPONKOA MUSEUM OF ART has been exhibiting Japanese and foreign artworks for over a quarter of a century since opening its doors in July 1976. The idea to open an art museum blossomed from The Yasuda Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd., one of the forerunner companies of the present Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Inc. As part of its contribution to cultural improvement, Yasuda Fire aspired to provide a venue for enjoying artworks. Upon learning of this idea, Seiji Togo, who was closely associated with the company, offered to donate his collection. As the name of the original museum “SEIJI TOGO ART MUSEUM” suggests, the museum was initially intended to display
Tokyo Toy Museum is operated by the Non-Profit Organization (NPO) Japan Good Toy Association. The facilities are the remains of the old Yotsuya Daiyon elementary school building, which was built in 1935.
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Tokyo Toy Museum
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Tokyo Toy Museum is operated by the Non-Profit Organization (NPO) Japan Good Toy Association. The facilities are the remains of the old Yotsuya Daiyon elementary school building, which was built in 1935.
Shopping
Odakyu Department Store is directly connected to the Shinjuku station west exit. Its location is very convenient for both tourism and business.
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Odakyu Department Store Shinjuku
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Odakyu Department Store is directly connected to the Shinjuku station west exit. Its location is very convenient for both tourism and business.
Overseas visitors can apply for tax-exemption at one place!
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Lumine Shinjuku 2
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Overseas visitors can apply for tax-exemption at one place!
JR, Odakyu Lines, and Keio Lines It is on foot 1 minute from the Shinjuku Station southern entrance. Keio New Line, Toei Shinjuku Line, and Toei Oedo Line It is on foot 1 minute from the exit of Shinjuku Station Keio New Line entrance.
モザイク通り
JR, Odakyu Lines, and Keio Lines It is on foot 1 minute from the Shinjuku Station southern entrance. Keio New Line, Toei Shinjuku Line, and Toei Oedo Line It is on foot 1 minute from the exit of Shinjuku Station Keio New Line entrance.
Isetan is a Japanese department store. Based in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Isetan has branches throughout Japan and East Asia, including Phnom Penh, Bangkok, Jinan, Kaohsiung, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Shanghai, Singapore and Tianjin and formerly in Hong Kong, London, and Vienna.
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Isetan Shinjuku
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Isetan is a Japanese department store. Based in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Isetan has branches throughout Japan and East Asia, including Phnom Penh, Bangkok, Jinan, Kaohsiung, Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, Shanghai, Singapore and Tianjin and formerly in Hong Kong, London, and Vienna.
Donkihote is very famous shop in Japan
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Don Quijote Shinjuku Kabukichō
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Donkihote is very famous shop in Japan
Entertainment & Activities
This is a very nice concert hall with great concerts. Tokyo is one of the world's classical music center. This concert hall is one of the nation's best concert halls.
Shinokubo City Hotel
This is a very nice concert hall with great concerts. Tokyo is one of the world's classical music center. This concert hall is one of the nation's best concert halls.
As a westerner with only a basic working knowledge of Japanese, I thought it might be fun to take in the bargain Saturday evening performances for 500 Yen. I'm glad I went, because rakugo is something that most tourists never get the chance to see, and this theatre has a great reputation. Not particularly large, I was lucky to get a ticket, despite getting in line a bit after nine; the floor seating filled and I had to sit on a pillow on the side gallery on the tatami. A little uncomfortable, but not too bad. A very funny performance, even though I had difficulty following parts of it. A very varied crowd, but all locals apart from myself. A good show for those who want to experience the cul
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末廣亭
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As a westerner with only a basic working knowledge of Japanese, I thought it might be fun to take in the bargain Saturday evening performances for 500 Yen. I'm glad I went, because rakugo is something that most tourists never get the chance to see, and this theatre has a great reputation. Not particularly large, I was lucky to get a ticket, despite getting in line a bit after nine; the floor seating filled and I had to sit on a pillow on the side gallery on the tatami. A little uncomfortable, but not too bad. A very funny performance, even though I had difficulty following parts of it. A very varied crowd, but all locals apart from myself. A good show for those who want to experience the cul
Enjoy Professional Baseball at Jingu Baseball Stadium! Baseball is the most popular sport in Japan, and the Jingu Baseball Stadium, built in 1926, is the oldest baseball stadium in Tokyo. It has long been a part of baseball history in Japan, and now it is known as the home ground of the Tokyo Yakult Swallows of the NPB Central League. It also serves as the venue for countless university and high school baseball games and has become a mecca of Japanese baseball. We invite you to come and enjoy some time at the stadium surrounded by green plants and trees despite its location at the center of the city.
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明治神宮野球場
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Enjoy Professional Baseball at Jingu Baseball Stadium! Baseball is the most popular sport in Japan, and the Jingu Baseball Stadium, built in 1926, is the oldest baseball stadium in Tokyo. It has long been a part of baseball history in Japan, and now it is known as the home ground of the Tokyo Yakult Swallows of the NPB Central League. It also serves as the venue for countless university and high school baseball games and has become a mecca of Japanese baseball. We invite you to come and enjoy some time at the stadium surrounded by green plants and trees despite its location at the center of the city.
The Shinjuku Park Tower is high-tech complex located close to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building. Cinema buffs might recall that the Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel, located in Shinjuku Park Tower, was the main setting of the 2003 movie "Lost in Translation." The Shinjuku district figured prominently in the film. As can be seen in the movie, Tokyo attracts major cultural events and is also a source of new ideas and innovation that have an impact throughout the world.
新宿パークタワー駐車場
The Shinjuku Park Tower is high-tech complex located close to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government building. Cinema buffs might recall that the Park Hyatt Tokyo hotel, located in Shinjuku Park Tower, was the main setting of the 2003 movie "Lost in Translation." The Shinjuku district figured prominently in the film. As can be seen in the movie, Tokyo attracts major cultural events and is also a source of new ideas and innovation that have an impact throughout the world.
JR Shinjuku Station south exit immediately in the 7F of "LUMINE 2", Yoshimoto permanent theater. To Lumine the Yoshimoto, which boasts the largest capacity among all theater of Yoshimoto of Tokyo, in addition to the story, such as the comic and control, during the performance, such as special comedy by luxurious talent us every day! !
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Lumine the Yoshimoto
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JR Shinjuku Station south exit immediately in the 7F of "LUMINE 2", Yoshimoto permanent theater. To Lumine the Yoshimoto, which boasts the largest capacity among all theater of Yoshimoto of Tokyo, in addition to the story, such as the comic and control, during the performance, such as special comedy by luxurious talent us every day! !
What you can do in the House: - Experience of throwing shurikens - Taking up Japanese sword/ninja sword *imitation - Hands-on experience of swordplay - Finding secrets in the ninja house - Learning the differences between “samurai” and “ninja” - Being in a photograph with ninja - Various surprising tricks in the House!
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Ninja Trick House In Tokyo
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What you can do in the House: - Experience of throwing shurikens - Taking up Japanese sword/ninja sword *imitation - Hands-on experience of swordplay - Finding secrets in the ninja house - Learning the differences between “samurai” and “ninja” - Being in a photograph with ninja - Various surprising tricks in the House!