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Walking at Kabukicho Street at night is no doubt the #1 riskiest things to do in Shinjuku. Then what is #2? Probably taking the photos of skyscrapers. When you take photos of Skyscrapers from the...
A Japanese chappie told my hubby that he wouldn't go to Shinjuku as the place was crawling with....
1) Illegal Chinese, African and Middle Eastern workers
3) sleazy prostitutes
The Shinjuku and Tokyo sub-way stations are the 2 main sub-way stations in Tokyo city with many lines running in different directions and these station are really very huge so you have to be very...
Natural Disasters Tip: Miyake-jima Island is located at 175 kilometers south of Tokyo and the last eruption took place in 2010. Unless massive scale eruption occur, volcanic ashes will never reach...
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Where the neon lights are pretty...
....Just listen to the music of the traffic in the city
Linger on the sidewalk where the neon signs are pretty
How can you lose?.......
......The lights are much brighter there
You can forget all your...
Shinjuku & Ginza - Famous Places in Tokyo
Shinjuku and Ginza are two of the most famous places in Tokyo, especially shopping.
These places are often very crowded, even more so during weekends. In fact the Shinjuku sub-way station is the...
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The pulse of Tokyo
If you wanna feel the pulse of Tokyo, Shinjuku is the place to go with its endless stream of people flowing from the heart of the area, Shinjuku train station, to its polar opposites East and West...
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