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Presentation of regional spots and neighborhood access around Shinjuku, a town area thriving with many people, for business or for visiting!

Ikebukuro

Ikebukuro

Ikebukuro

People often say, "Ikebukuro is a great place to live in." Ikebukuro is an attractive city which provides "a variety of amenities people would need for a rich and full life."

There are the head office of Seibu Ikebukuro, Sunshine City, Tokyu Hands near the east exit of Ikebukuro Station, and Ikebukuro Nishiguchi Park, Tokyo Art Theater and Rikkyo University near the west exit. This place is lively and busy with many people on weekdays as well as weekends.

There are also a variety of 'ramen' shops and stylish cafes with gallery space.

Required time
About 7 minutes by train

Shibuya

Shibuya

Shibuya

Shibuya, swarming with people every day, is an epicenter of various information. Walking this area only to feel the heat of the newest culture coming forth can be quite fun.

At one step out of the town area there are quiet residential zone as Shoto, also full with characteristic art museums. New faces of Shibuya can be found out by walking around.

Required time
About 9 minutes by train

Shin-Okubo

Shin-Okubo

Shin-Okubo

Shin-Okubo, Japan's largest Koreatown.

Shin-Okubo's roots are largely Korean, and people of all generations are attracted to this hip part of town boasting cosmetics, gourmet food, and sweets.

Additionally, Shin-Okubo has specialty shops with goods from Thai and Myanmar, etc. This part of Tokyo is brimming with an Asian atmosphere.

Required time
15-min walk

Roppongi

Roppongi

Roppongi

Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown, the National Art Center -- From businesses to cultural hotspots, Roppongi is in the midst of urban development.

This bustling section of Tokyo is enjoyable at both day and night. It is also known for its embassies that reside here, making it a valuable base for international affairs.

Required time
About 20 minutes by train

* Be aware that the required time from the hotel to the spots are only an estimate and may vary according to transportation conditions. (The times are calculated from the station nearest to the hotel.)

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