The Shinjuku neighbourhood

The Shinjuku neighbourhood

Shinjuku city district is the main commercial and administrative center. The city government building is also located here. The whole neighborhood is full of shops of international brands, and the prices are quite similar to those in Europe. Here is the famous busiest railway station in the world - Shinjuku station. Every day over 3.5 million people pass through this station.

The population density in this part of Tokyo is estimated at 18.517 people per km2, which makes this district one of the most densely populated in the world. In the part known as Nishi-Shinjuku, you can find the tallest skyscrapers in Tokyo. Here you can also climb the government building with an amazing view of the city. Hollywood productions such as the famous film "Lost in Translation" were also filmed here.

In the part called Kabukicho you will find numerous restaurants and bars that are perfect for a short break from touring the city.

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