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Check Out Yoyogi-Uehara, a Laid-Back Town Close to Shinjuku
Along the Odakyu Line you will find the peaceful station of Yoyogi-Uehara, only a few minutes from Shinjuku. This station was opened by Odakyu in 1927. At first glance, it appears to be a quiet and cozy residential area with only small shops and greenery. However, this small town is a lovely place to spend a beautiful day.
Take a Walking Tour of the History of Shinjuku!
Even though Shinjuku is a bustling metropolis, there are many buildings and other structures that have historical importance in the city. Please check out these historical sites when you’re taking a break from shopping!
Experience Nature in the City!
A Walking Itinerary
Shinjuku is one of the busiest urban centers in the world, with people from every corner of the globe. Even so, there are places here that are so tranquil that you may forget you are in the big city. This itinerary will introduce you to some places with great natural beauty that are within walking distance of Shinjuku Station.
The Classic Shinjuku Sightseeing Itinerary
It goes without saying that the major urban core Shinjuku undergoes such rapid development with stores changing one after the other that it’s easy to get lost. In this article, we will take a look at the classic itinerary for sightseeing in Shinjuku. Whether you are thinking of seeing all of the major sites or just want to do some shopping, we hope that you will find this guide useful.
Travel Back in Time to the Showa Era on this Walking Tour
Development of the Shinjuku West Exit as a secondary urban core began around 1965, and the area has become a forest of high-rise buildings. Despite this transformation, many locations remain that preserve the mood of the Showa era, which lasted from 1926 to 1988. Savor the nostalgia of a time now past.
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