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Shinjuku is the commuting capital of Tokyo, and contains the busiest train station in the world. To the west, there's an office district with the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office at its center. To the east, there’s a district with long-established department stores, cinemas and theaters. Shinjuku Gyoen is a park originally built as the garden for the Imperial Household. It is quite famous as a venue for cherry-blossom viewing in March and April. In Shinjuku, many restaurants operate all night, and districts such as Omoide Yokocho (Memory Lane) or Shinjuku Golden Machi have back streets filled with tiny restaurants and bars that reflect each owner’s unique taste and style.
Located in the center of Tokyo right after the New-York-style shopping-buildings this garden will immerge you in the zen atmosphere only Japanese people master.
The garden is so huge that you don't see the city once you're in. No car-noise and you won't be too close to anybody because this special place is not that harrassed by tourists.
Being a massive fan of the above-mentioned writer I wanted to visit the campus grounds. There's a university merchandise store by the main building along with a cafe, the garden grounds were closed on the day but I could tell it makes for a stunning campus. The university's 'mission' as written up on a board opposite the main building is...
"Slightly smaller version of Korea, more compact, but lots of shops and good food"
reviewed 1 February 2020 by ash_skywalker10
The whole of Korean town is quite small, but worth a visit. There were many Kpop shops full of merchandise of just only the new and hot bands.
In terms of food, so much korean food to try, but had the korean hotdog, hotteok and korean chicken which was amazing
After reviewing this Italian restaurant on TripAdvisor it didn’t disappoint in every way we are Italian but to have Authentic Abruzzese food in Japan was just amazing . If you come to Japan it’s a must visit
Extra memorable dinner because I had the best wagyu (and the most expensive meal) in my life, despite the cramped atmosphere. After that crystal wagyu ramen set, their chicken ramen set was understandably a 'meh' experience. The friendly Malaysian and Indonesian staff members added a comforting homely vibe as they speak my mother tongue.
Very popular restaurant, so we had to sign up at the door and wait for our number to be called but it was definitely worth the wait.
Staff very friendly, and patient as I tried order in my basic Japanese. Food came very quickly and these were the best gyozas we'd ever had. We had thought the portion of 30...
The room is spacious, the location is not in the main Shinjuku, the closest station is Okubo and we love the Aeon mini supermarket below as it provide us almost everything we need for daily necessities. The hotel itself is an apartment, we stayed in a junior suite that comes with a washing machine and dryer in one. There's 4...
We needed somewhere with a kitchenette as travelling with small child.
Good sized rooms, good location and great facilities.
7/11 shop nearby and really close to shinjuku and shinjuku gyoen gardens. We also walked back from Harajuko one afternoon.
Perfectly acceptable hotel. They were very helpful in general. We had booked a suite (which was the smallest suite I have ever seen!!) so an extra bed could be included. When an extra son decided to join the trip, the hotel was kind enough to jam an extra bed in.
Breakfast OK but not great.
Not near a station but...
Located on the edge of Shinjuku, it was nevertheless close to amenities like convenience stores, restaurants, and best of all, a metro station. The registration and check out process was quick and fuss-free. The room was small, though perhaps cosy is the right word. It came with a water heater, TV, clothing press and even a humidifier, which was interesting....
We absolutely loved our stay at the Onsen Ryokan Yeun Shinjuku. We arrived early in the morning and had no problems storing our suitcases whilst we went exploring. The minute we walked in we felt relaxed, leaving all the hustle and bustle behind us, the reception area itself is gloriously zen and the staff were so lovely and helpful. Whilst...