Shinjuku Station is the world's busiest station with average of 3.52 million users per day. From the West Exit, go through an underpass, and you'll reach to the center of Shinjuku Sky scraper building area. The highest building is the Tokyo Metropolitan Government("Tocho"). At the north tower, take an elevator to the 45th floor, and you'll see the whole Shinjuku area from 202 meters height in Free of charge. Besides there are cafe at Ddytime and bar at night time.
From the East Exit, there are quite numbers of boutiques, eight big department stores, and quite famous fruit parlor and number of restaurants. Further more, in the north area there is Japan's biggest night spot district called " Kabuki-Cho,"where they have countless restaurants, bars, pubs, Izakaya(Japanese pub) and so on.
Hotels around Shinjuku Station
Take a Walk
SHINJUKU GYOEN/ Take the South Exit and make left pass through "LUMINE 2 "Bldg.,and go loose downward on a slope for approx. 300 meters, and you'll see the "Shinjuku Gyoen" signboard. Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden was completed in 1906 as an Imperial garden. It was originally designed to learn western gardening in the Meji period. There are three distinct stylish gardens (English, French, Japanese) and a small Taiwan pavilion. Many visitors enjoy changes of the four seasons in the city, especially Cherry Festival in spring and autumn color-fest.
HAL BLDG. (Cocoon shaped)/ In 2009, an unique design building shall be opened in which students would learn computer technology like courses of car, robot, multimedia and 3DCG, etc.