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More remarkable for its location than its appearance, but it's a nice place to take a breather.
More remarkable for its location than its appearance, but it's a nice place to take a breather. There's often a flea market in the surrounding park on weekends.
5 Chome-17-3 Shinjuku, 新宿区 Shinjuku-ku, Tōkyō-to 160-0022, Japan
The promenade next to the Southern Terrace exit offers a magnificent view of the Takashimaya department store and a bridge that offers the best views for watching the trains enter and exit
This gigantic tower resembling a granite Empire State Building, south of the station, is owned by NTT DoCoMo, Japan's largest cell-phone carrier
A large public garden, and one of the most popular places for viewing cherry blossoms in the spring
The two enormous buildings of this giant hive of bureaucracy are an Orwellian architectural masterpiece designed by noted architect Kenzo Tange
This shrine was given the name of 'Togo Hehachiro', who was general in Taisyo age
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Built in commemoration of Emperor Meiji in 1920, the Meiji Jingu is Tokyo's grandest shrine
A skyscraper with a shopping center and art museum that often has interesting multimedia exhibits
In springtime, Yoyogi Park is full of cherry blossoms and people partying under the trees
Hikarie is a brand new massive building on the East side of Shibuya station with many restaurants, galleries, and theaters