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Shimokitazawa is a town overflowing with a distinctive youth culture covering interests such as music, food, and second-hand clothes. Despite the town's small size, it is crammed full of distinctive stores and has a unique atmosphere. Originally a residential area, Shimokitazawa is now home to live music venues, second-hand clothing stores, boutiques and second-hand record and CD stores. It is also a theatrical town with famous playhouses such as the Honda Theater and The Suzunari.
Shinjuku Station is Tokyo's new city center railway hub. On the east side is one of Japan's foremost shopping districts packed full of department stores, specialty stores and restaurants. While on the west side is the Shinjuku Subcenter, bristling with multi-storey buildings.
To the south of the station is Kabukicho, a well-known entertainment district overflowing with people and various attractions.
Home to an aquarium, popular with families and couples, and many gourmet hotspots such as famous ramen restaurants, Shinagawa is a city for people of all ages.
Recommended as a Tokyo sightseeing spot, Shinagawa's nighttime scenery is popular, and it also home to many fashionable attractions, such as taking a cruise tour while gazing at the Rainbow Bridge.
Home to one of the most famous shopping streets in Japan, Ginza combines traditions of leading-edge fashion with old-established stores. Featuring streets lined with famous long-standing stores and world-class brand shops, Ginza is a town for grown-ups.
It also has an abundance of tourist attractions such as the Matsuya and Mitsukoshi department stores, theaters, and over 200 galleries.
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