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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.
The museum was really interesting and they had alot of historic monumental artifacts throughout it. Even though the museum was only small it still had alot of detail and history in it. With the purchase of the ticket we also go a free tour in the museum.
When I first found this place I was walking on the sidewalk (East side of block). There was an opening in between the buildings with 2 Koma Inu guardian dogs. I decided to look closer and as I walked down the path I realized there was a shrine!
It’s a nice change of pace while walking/shopping in Shinjuku!
This place is very busy so Make a reservation before you go. I was unsuccessful the first time I went as there is no free table until after 9pm. I made the reservation for next day dinner and was able to then arrive and get a table without any waiting. We went full course with the most expensive all you...
My brother really wanted to go there, the chain is pretty popular.
The line to get in was quite long I think we waited about 40 min
The place itself had a traditional vibe to it
Really enjoyed the ramen [picked mostly what they recommended on the sheet] the spicy levels jump quite quickly so if you don’t really like...
The sushi restaurant chain is one of the most well-known and popular ones in Japan, especially for tuna lovers. You don’t have to go to Tsukiji fishermen’s market. You can enjoy the real fresh tuna here in Shinjuku. Try Choo-Toro (medium fat tuna) and Aburi-Toro (slightly grilled fatty tuna).
My husband and I stayed at the Park Hyatt Tokyo for 4 nights in late January 2018. It was absolutely amazing. Everything about the hotel and our experience was 5 star.
The location was great - it was not noisy but we could still walk everywhere easily or if we needed a cab, there was always one out the front...
"Fantastic Hotel in a Great Location, Strict Check In Time"
reviewed 3 days ago by reinventtravel
This is a great property in Tokyo, it sits on the top of TripAdvisor for a reason. The location is amazing, close to Shinjuku station (less than 10 min walk) and right by Shinjuku Sanchome station (Less then 1 min walk) Exit C5 is perfect and less than a block away from the main entrance of the hotel.
I stayed at Hitlon Tokyo in January, 2017. This hotel offers consistently excellent service, and to make it even better, they have updated breakfast buffet. They now have a noodle bar, similar to Cathay Pacific lounge offers. Executive lounge breakfast offers more items now also, although it's not as many as the breakfast restaurant on the first floor. I tried...
The Citadines is a solid performer for hotels in Tokyo. It is in a slightly quieter area of Shinjuku but very accessible by subway or bus.
Rooms are of a decent size, quiet, and the bedding and pillows were comfortable providing a good quality nights sleep. The hotel also has a coin operated laundry which is useful if you are...
The hotel is nice, the rooms are nice but really small. However the service is good it is in a central location and the bathroom has both a shower and a tub. The one thing I would propose that they do something about are their pillows - they are just not comfortable and that is an easy fix.