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Shinjuku is a key part of central Tokyo which features Tokyo’s main skyscraper area (Nishi-Shinjuku), significant shopping and entertainment areas (Kabukicho), plus the world’s busiest train station (Shinjuku Station). Shinjuku tops attractions include Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck. Shinjuku is a highly sort after location to stay while visiting Tokyo. Shinjuku offers excellent transport, shopping, close proximity to other attractions and a wide range of hotels to suit most budgets.

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    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck

    Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observation Deck is one of the best value Tokyo Observation Decks as it is free to enter and provides excellent views. There are actually two Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observatories, one in Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 1 and the other in Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building No 2. The southern observatory read more

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    Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower

    Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower, also known as Modo gakuen kokun tawa, is a 50 story Skyscraper which is 204m high. Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower was designed by Tange Associates and completed in 2008 when it won the Emporis Skyscraper Award for architectural excellence. The building houses three education institutions Shuto Iko (medical), Tokyo Mode Gakuen read more

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    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

    Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is a large park and one of the most beautiful in Tokyo featuring Japanese, French and English styles. With 1,500 cherry trees, Shinjuku Gyoen is a very popular location for viewing cherry blossom. Shinjuku Gyoen covers an area of 58 hectares, has a more than 20,000 trees and more than 1,700 tropical and read more

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    Shinjuku Station

    Shinjuku Station is a massive complex with many train lines, shops and departments stores. Shinjuku Station is the world’s busiest railway station.

  • Avenue of Gingko Trees – Meiji Jingu Gaien

    Avenue of Gingko Trees – Meiji Jingu Gaien is one of the best places in Tokyo to see the stunning red, orange and yellow autumn leaves. The avenue lined with 146 Ginko trees is located within the Meiji Jingu Gaien, the outer precient of Meiji Jingu Shrine, and directly inline with the Meiji Memorial Picture read more

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