Shinjuku - Tokyo
Experience the hustle and bustle of Shinjuku, Tokyo's center of entertainment! Shinjuku is a main axis point of Tokyo, with Shinjuku Station being on of the…
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1. ShinOkubo Station Less well known is the side street that is at right angles to the main Okubo dorii, called “Isramu Yokocho”. Literally translating to Islam street, this alley has a collection of shops that sell Bangladeshi, Nepalese and Indian items, alongside Ethopian, Turkish and Vietnamese stuff.
Shinjuku Area Guide
Experience the hustle and bustle of Shinjuku, Tokyo's center of entertainment! Shinjuku is a main axis point of Tokyo, with Shinjuku Station being on of the busiest stations in the world. Shinjuku is split into two main areas: the west side is a major business district with tall skyscrapers and many hotels, the east side (Kabukicho) is an entertainment district and a lot calmer during the day. Living near Shinjuku is convenient for business, entertainment, and transportation!
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EDOGAWABASHI TRF 5989 / Shinjuku
Rent from ¥141,000/month! Modern private apartments at one of the best residential areas of Tokyo! Supermarkets, restaurants, convenience stores, pharmacies, all close to this apartment building! From Edogawabashi station, at just a 4-min walk from the apartment, you'll have access to the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, but multiple stations and bus stops can be found near the property so there is bound to be one convenient for you! Everything you need for a comfortable stay is provided.
La Casa Nishi Shinjuku / Shinjuku
Rent from ¥105,000/month! Even though surrounded by tall buildings, you can still find a peaceful and enjoyable place to stay in Japan's capital city. Near the close by Shinjuku Station, one of the major stations on the JR Yamanote Line, there are several shopping complexes sparking up the area's liveliness. Between the skyscrapers and the station you can easily find the Shinjuku Highway Bus terminal and numerous electronic stores to make you feel like living close to Akihabara area.
Yotsuya May Flower House / Shinjuku
Rent from ¥45,000/month! Yotsuya May Flower House is located in a calm residential area, yet in the center of Tokyo. Its appearance gives you a feeling that you are in Europe, some people say that the building looks like a museum. That's Yotsuya May Flower House! When you enter the modern classic outside entrance gate imported from Europe, you can find a lot of greenery in the garden. On the first floor, the lounge is furnished with furniture bought in from Europe. Feel at home in Japan!
Quatro Higashi Shinjuku / Shinjuku
Rent from ¥78,000/month! Only a 6-min walk to Higashi Shinjuku. Two private flats that offer you a great opportunity to have your own space in central Tokyo, Shinjuku! The location of the apartments is very charming and quiet, you will enjoy the cute Japanese village atmosphere in the small streets. The individual apartments are located on the 1st floor and 2nd floor of this 2-story building. 101 on the first floor is 1DK type, 22 sqm. 201 on the second floor is a 1R type, 22 sqm.
Shinjuku Central Apartment / Shinjuku
Rent from ¥70,000/month! Living around Shinjuku can be very convenient as there is plenty of nightlife, a huge selection of good department stores and the major train station. Shinjuku is especially a perfect place for foreigners to live in. There are many services provided in English, Mandarin, and Korean in restaurants or in tourist centers. Not to mention, a lot of the ATMs here are international so you can conveniently withdraw money with your foreign bankcards.
Tori no ichi. Manekineko, -Japanese lucky cat-is a good luck charm that dates back to the Edo era. It was traditionally used by businesses to beckon in customers and money. A raised left paw beckons in customers and a raised right paw beckons in money and good fortune. - These days, not just businesses, but almost every Japanese household has a manekineko for good luck. Sometimes both of the paws are raised! Tori no ichi festival. Hanazono Shrine, Shinjuku. Tokyo