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Enjoy Shinjuku TOKYO,

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Enjoy Shinjuku TOKYO,

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Central Park in Tokyo, which has undergone major remodeling and is new. A cafe and gym will be added.
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Центральный парк Синдзюку
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Central Park in Tokyo, which has undergone major remodeling and is new. A cafe and gym will be added.
The observatory restarted from July 1, 2020. From the height of 202 meters above the ground, you can see the city of Tokyo.
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Мэрия Токио
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The observatory restarted from July 1, 2020. From the height of 202 meters above the ground, you can see the city of Tokyo.
Nearest station: Shinjuku, Shinjuku West The creator of the "LOVE" object is Robert Indiana, an American artist. With the adoption of "LOVE" in the Christmas card design of the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1965, it became popular throughout the world. This object is found all over the world. It is located in New York (USA), Taipei (Taiwan), Orchard (Singapore), Valencia (Spain), Vancouver (Canada), etc. In Japan, it is installed in front of Shinjuku Island Tower.
Shinjuku i-LAND Tower
Nearest station: Shinjuku, Shinjuku West The creator of the "LOVE" object is Robert Indiana, an American artist. With the adoption of "LOVE" in the Christmas card design of the Museum of Modern Art, New York in 1965, it became popular throughout the world. This object is found all over the world. It is located in New York (USA), Taipei (Taiwan), Orchard (Singapore), Valencia (Spain), Vancouver (Canada), etc. In Japan, it is installed in front of Shinjuku Island Tower.
エリアガイド
Nearest station: Shinjuku There are low-rise buildings in a narrow space, and more than 200 small restaurants are crowded. In the past, there were many unique shops such as literary bars, and it was known that many cultural people such as writers, editors, film directors, and actors gathered as regular customers. From such a background, it is one of the origins of subculture and underground art in Tokyo.
新宿ゴールデン街
Nearest station: Shinjuku There are low-rise buildings in a narrow space, and more than 200 small restaurants are crowded. In the past, there were many unique shops such as literary bars, and it was known that many cultural people such as writers, editors, film directors, and actors gathered as regular customers. From such a background, it is one of the origins of subculture and underground art in Tokyo.
Nearest station: Shinjuku It is a drinking area with a nostalgic atmosphere as if the times had rebounded. There are many gourmet foods you should definitely try
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Omoide Yokocho
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Nearest station: Shinjuku It is a drinking area with a nostalgic atmosphere as if the times had rebounded. There are many gourmet foods you should definitely try
Nearest station: Shinjuku The world's largest station, which is used by an average of 3.5 million people a day. It is also recognized by the Guinness World Records. There are 8 platforms on JR alone, and the Keio Line, Odakyu Line, and subway lines can be used. It is known in Japan as a difficult place to meet its enormous size.
Shinjuku Station
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Nearest station: Shinjuku The world's largest station, which is used by an average of 3.5 million people a day. It is also recognized by the Guinness World Records. There are 8 platforms on JR alone, and the Keio Line, Odakyu Line, and subway lines can be used. It is known in Japan as a difficult place to meet its enormous size.
Nearest station: Shinjuku Gyoen Originally the site of a nobleman who was in the Edo period, it was opened in 1879. The garden includes "Japanese garden", "English landscape garden" and "French orthopedic garden", and the number of trees exceeds 10,000. It has been selected as one of the 100 most famous cherry blossom spots in Japan, and there are about 1300 cherry trees in 65 species. In spring, it is crowded with many tourists as a spot for cherry blossom viewing. From late March to early April, when Yoshino cherry trees are in full bloom, many visitors are welcomed. Mid-April to the end of April, when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, are positioned as the best season for cherry blossoms in the garden.
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Nearest station: Shinjuku Gyoen Originally the site of a nobleman who was in the Edo period, it was opened in 1879. The garden includes "Japanese garden", "English landscape garden" and "French orthopedic garden", and the number of trees exceeds 10,000. It has been selected as one of the 100 most famous cherry blossom spots in Japan, and there are about 1300 cherry trees in 65 species. In spring, it is crowded with many tourists as a spot for cherry blossom viewing. From late March to early April, when Yoshino cherry trees are in full bloom, many visitors are welcomed. Mid-April to the end of April, when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, are positioned as the best season for cherry blossoms in the garden.
Nearest station: Shinjuku Station, Shinjuku West It is Japan's largest entertainment district with many restaurants, amusement facilities, and movie theaters. It is called "Japan's Three Great Red-light Districts" along with Nakasu area in Fukuoka, which is the Susukino area in Sapporo. It is called "the city that never sleeps", and there are many neon and bright people even at midnight. There is a unique atmosphere of Kabukicho, which is a mixture of legal and illegal areas, and it is also called "Toyo No.1 entertainment district". It is recommended that you do not approach until the corona is over, as the infection has spread during the corona period.
1 Chome Kabukicho
Nearest station: Shinjuku Station, Shinjuku West It is Japan's largest entertainment district with many restaurants, amusement facilities, and movie theaters. It is called "Japan's Three Great Red-light Districts" along with Nakasu area in Fukuoka, which is the Susukino area in Sapporo. It is called "the city that never sleeps", and there are many neon and bright people even at midnight. There is a unique atmosphere of Kabukicho, which is a mixture of legal and illegal areas, and it is also called "Toyo No.1 entertainment district". It is recommended that you do not approach until the corona is over, as the infection has spread during the corona period.
Nearest station: Shinjuku, Shinjuku West Located in the Shinjuku skyscraper district, you can enjoy meals and night views on the 49th to 50th floors of the restaurant floor. The prices are not so high, as there are popular restaurants.
SHINJUKU NOMURA BUILDING
Nearest station: Shinjuku, Shinjuku West Located in the Shinjuku skyscraper district, you can enjoy meals and night views on the 49th to 50th floors of the restaurant floor. The prices are not so high, as there are popular restaurants.

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Транспорт
How to get on the bus
There are two types of buses. One that pays first and the other that pays later. In Tokyo, you often pay before you board.
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How to dispose of garbage
How to dispose of garbage depends on the municipality. Most are divided into combustible waste and non-combustible waste. There are many trash cans in TOKYO, but let's take a look at the display carefully and throw it away
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How to throw away oversized garbage
Oversized garbage (suitcases, etc.) that exceeds 30 cm will be collected by each municipality for a fee. The collection date is also fixed, so do not leave it or dispose of it as general waste.
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How to ride the escalator
In Japan, the escalator stands on the left side. The right side is open for walkers. On the contrary, the Osaka area is open on the left side. So be careful when you get off the Shinkansen.
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How to use public toilet
In urban areas, there are stations, parks, roads, etc., and anyone can use it. Mostly no tip required. Many places also have toilet paper. Do not use pocket tissue as it cannot be washed.
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"OTOSHI -Opening meal- " at a restaurant
"OTOSHI" is a dish that is served even if you have not ordered. In most cases, you will be charged a fee, and it will cost several hundred yen. It is pointless to refuse. Please taste it to measure the level of the restaurant.