Shinjuku News


May 17, 2018

Let’s Bike Around Shinjuku!

Shinjuku is a large ward filled with places to go, including Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Koreatown, Hanazono Shrine, and student hangout spot in Takadanobaba. If you plan to spend a whole day to explore Shinjuku, biking is the way to go! You can reach areas that are far away from the station with ease. Biking in Shinjuku is a breeze!

Inbound League offers rent-a-cycles for 400 yen per hour, 2,000 yen for 6 hours, 3,000 yen for one day (from 6 hours up to 11 hours.) The price includes a bike lock and its corresponding key. Additionally, you can rent a helmet for 500 yen and rent a locker to store your belongings in for 500 yen. If you would like to rent the bike for more than a day, please contact Inbound League for more information.

For more information, visit the website below:

Inbound League aims to attract international tourists and to enhance their experiences. One idea is to allow tourists to explore Shinjuku in a unique way. Why walk when you can bike? You might find something interesting along the way such as a hidden treasure, a delicious local restaurant, or perhaps the perfect photo spot! Enjoy another perspective of Shinjuku on a bike!


5-15-14 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
2-minute walk from Shinjuku-Sanchome Station on Tokyo Metro Marunouchi, Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin and Toei Shinjuku lines, Exit E1.
10-minute walk from JR Shinjuku Station, East South Exit.
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