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Shinjyuku Okubo STA Just 3min - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

-26%

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Shinjyuku Okubo STA Just 3min

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

10 reviews (10)

139 USD

104

per night

4min Shin-Okubo Sta&Very bright!/Free Wi - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

-15%

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Last Minute Deal

4min Shin-Okubo Sta&Very bright!/Free Wi

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

295 USD

251

per night

Shinjuku・Kabukicho within walking distan - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

Shinjuku・Kabukicho within walking distan

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

369

per night

51/ JR Shinjuku in 9mins/ Okubo in 4mins - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

51/ JR Shinjuku in 9mins/ Okubo in 4mins

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

2 reviews (2)

USD

88

per night

bmj#203 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

bmj#203 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

110

per night

bmj#102 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

bmj#102 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

110

per night

bmj#202 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

bmj#202 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

110

per night

bmj#201 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

bmj#201 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

110

per night

bmj#302 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

bmj#302 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

110

per night

bmj#103 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

bmj#103 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

110

per night

Boutique Guest Room in Shinjuku - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

-16%

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Boutique Guest Room in Shinjuku

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

277 USD

235

per night

★New Open★ O-kubo House 4 - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

★New Open★ O-kubo House 4

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

56

per night

#6 Shinjuku comfortable room - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

-10%

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#6 Shinjuku comfortable room

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo, Japan

1 review (1)

74 USD

67

per night

Uhome North Shinjuku Apartment 203 - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

Uhome North Shinjuku Apartment 203

Entire Home Tokyo, Japan

USD

109

per night

#4 Shinjuku comfortable room - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

-10%

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#4 Shinjuku comfortable room

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tokyo, Japan

74 USD

67

per night

Shinjuku/3 mins walk to Shin Okubo Sta.  - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

Shinjuku/3 mins walk to Shin Okubo Sta.

Entire Home 东京, Japan

USD

295

per night

4min Shin-Okubo Sta&Very bright!/Free Wi - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

4min Shin-Okubo Sta&Very bright!/Free Wi

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

295

per night

Uhome North Shinjuku Apartment 102 - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

Uhome North Shinjuku Apartment 102

Entire Home Tokyo, Japan

USD

114

per night

bmj#301 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

bmj#301 3min Okubo Sta Apartment Motel

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Tōkyō To, Japan

USD

110

per night

TOKI -  Mansion / Shinjuku Station - Hyakunincho Vacation Rentals

TOKI - Mansion / Shinjuku Station

Entire Home Shinjuku Ku, Japan

USD

194

per night

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Shinjuku is one of Tokyo’s central wards and is home to Tokyo’s busiest train station, through which some two million people pour through every day. Here, a tightly-packed cluster of magnificent skyscrapers looms above the hustle and hubbub that swirls on the streets below. Shinjuku is Tokyo’s premier business district, but it’s not all buttoned up: it’s also the place to go to let you hair down and have fun. Restaurants, bars and amusements abound, and it features some of the city’s most kitsch districts. From historic cobblestone geisha neighbourhoods to tranquil parks and quirky nightlife districts, Shinjuku has many faces.

In the aftermath of the earthquake of 1923 which decimated much of Tokyo, the land upon which Shinjuku stood was left relatively untouched. In the rebuild that followed, many of Japan’s top businesses and hotels moved their offices to safer soils, creating the beginning of a skyscraper park. Today, some of Tokyo’s tallest buildings can be found in Shinjuku, shooting into the sky with as much dominance as Mount Fuji which is visible from the observation decks of some such as the Metropolitan Government Offices building. The twin towers are Tokyo’s seat of power and host 202-metre high observatories that afford staggering panoramas across the metropolis and beyond. Other notable skyscrapers include the Empire State Building-esque NTT DoCoMo Building, Tokyo Opera City with its shopping mall and art museum, and the gargantuan Shinjuku Park Tower.

The train station marks the central point of the city, separating different neighbourhoods to the east and west. In the area surrounding the vast station is a thriving shopping district packed with malls and dozens of discount electronics stores. While the west is engulfed primarily by the business zone, the east has developed into Shinjuku’s nightlife and shopping hub, and it is home to one of the seedier yet culturally intriguing districts. For some of the city’s quirkiest nightlife experiences, head for Shinjuku’s Golden Gai, a somewhat ramshackle district peppered with tiny bars, each boasting their own, often bizarre themes. Some bars here still enforce ‘locals only’ policies. A long-time favourite haunt of salarymen, Golden Gai has become increasingly popular and is worth a visit for those who want to experience a completely different side of Tokyo and get up close to some of the locals. The diminutive bars here can only fit a handful of punters, and the close quarters encourage conversation.

For a touch of history, head to Kagurazaka, one of Tokyo’s famous Edo-era hanamachi (geisha districts). This picturesque neighbourhood, with its cobblestone streets, excellent selection of French and Italian restaurants, and hidden cafés and bookshops is a quirky time-warp.

In the midst of the melee of people and traffic, the Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is an appealing oasis of peace and calm. Sharing the park with neighbouring Shibuya Ward, it dates back to the Edo period and encompasses one of the city’s most beautiful gardens, as well as a botanical conservatory and a teahouse. Come spring the cherry blossom fills the park with pink petals in a truly spectacular show of nature amid the urban commotion.