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Tokyo by Night: Japanese Food Tour
"Meet your local guide at Yurakucho Station's Central Exit in the evening to begin your tour of Tokyo’s bustling nighttime food scene. You'll walk from place to place and also take public transport. All tastings and one drink (beer or sake) are included so indulge!You’ll feel like a local as you stroll through the city and visit several popular eateries starting in Yakitori Alley near Yurakucho. This area is full of casual bar-style restaurants that serve up appetizers such as yakitori (grilled chicken skewers). Dip this happy-hour staple in house-made sauces and wash the snacks down with sake or beer. Next head to Tsukishima to visit Monja Street for monjayaki a pan-fried treat that's similar to an Osaka-style okonomiyaki pancake. Chat with your cook as your snack sizzles on the grill then use a small metal spatula to cut it into pieces and pluck it right from the grates with chopsticks.We’ll take a quick stroll through Ginza
From JPY11,870.00
 
"Tokyo Morning Tour: Meiji Shrine
"Tokyo Morning Tour: Meiji Shrine Senso-ji Temple and Ginza Shopping District""After hotel pickup from your selected hotel depart Hamamatsucho Bus Terminal aboard your comfortable coach in the morning. Your knowledgeable guide provides informative commentary at each stop on your half-day tour including several significant cultural sites in the city.Hop off the bus at Meiji Jingu Shrine for a 30-minute tour of Japan's most famous Shinto shrine dedicated to the Emperor Meiji and his consort. Learn about Japan’s ancient religion as you visit the sanctuary treasure house and other structures built of Japanese cypress with copper plates for the roofs.Your guide points out the National Diet Building — where sessions of the House of Representatives and the House of Councillors take place — en route to
From JPY5,000.00
 
"Tokyo Day Tour: Meiji Shrine
"Panoramic Tokyo Day Tour - Meiji Shrine Asakusa Temple and Tokyo Bay Cruise""After morning pickup from selected hotels travel by comfortable coach to the Meiji Shrine which was dedicated to the Emperor and Empress in 1926. Hear from your guide why the Meiji Shrine is Tokyo’s most popular and important Shinto shrine while you stroll around the buildings and gardens. Return to the coach and drive past the toweri the expansive grounds contain a tea pavilion traditional Japanese garden
From JPY9,900.00

Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Shinjuku

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Harajuku

Just south of Shinjuku is another famous area in Tokyo known as Harajuku. You can witness ultra modern fashion worn by teenagers at Harajuku as well as shopping and the famous Meiji Shrine. More...
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Central Post Office

If you happen to be at the Tokyo sub-way station, do look across the road and you will see a huge and historical building which is the central post office of Tokyo. Also if you are ctaching the Hato...
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Kabukicho

I took a stroll around in Kabuki-Cho ( The infamous red-light district of Shinjuku) but so much for the sleeze. Instead of finding night-walkers, I found a store that sells Chihuahuas for US$1500+...
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Shinjuku Central Park

I was pleasantly surprised when I took a walk in Shinjuku Park in Winter. The maple trees were still in their autumn coats. You can take a stroll in the park but take note of the many homeless locals...
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Pachinko Parlor

If you're ever in Japan, do see if you understand why the folks over there are crazy over Pachinko! Pop by one of these shops with those little slot machines and watch grown men and women hynoptise...
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Imperial Palace

The Imperial Palace is a famous landmark in Tokyo and it is within walking distance West of Ginza. It seems that tourists are not allowed to enter the palace premises, but we can get a good glimpse of...
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Check out the unusual variety of fresh seafood for sale in Shinjuku. Even if you're not eating them, it's worth taking a look. For the life of me, I still can't indentify the fish in the picture, so...
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1-2-9 Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo Prefecture, 160-0020, Japan
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Skyscrapers in Shinjuku

Shinjuku Skyscrapers Tip: Shinjuku i-land Tower opened in 1995 is best known by the LOVE sculpture near the main entrance of the building. The main tower is as tall as 190 meters, and has fourty-four...
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Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden Tip: There are various ways to walk around the huge park but when I went to March 30 this year, I don't have enough time to stroll so I took two hour walking course...
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Shinjuku Cityscape

While many people come to Shinjuku and Ginza for shopping, I feel that the most important thing to do here is to soak in the atmosphere, walk around and feel that you are in one of the most crowded...
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LOVE Sculpture

LOVE Sculpture is a popular modern art work by Robert Indiana originally designed for Christmas card in 1964. Since then a lot of LOVE sculptures has been made around the world and the one near the...
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Hanazono Shrine

Shrines and Temples Tip: Situated at the helm of Shinjuku's entertainment zone filled with night clubs, drinking bars, restaurants and department stores, the shrine has been regarded as the guardian...
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Shinjuku Juniso Kumano Shrine

Shrines and Temples Tip: Kumano Shrine at the northwestern corner of Shinjuku Central Park attests that Shinjuku has a long history. It was founded during late 14th century by local clan and had been...
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Top 5 Shinjuku Writers

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bpacker

"Where the neon lights are pretty..."
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victorwkf

"Shinjuku & Ginza - Famous Places in Tokyo"
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taigaa001

"Newer Tokyo"
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toonsarah

"A good base for a Tokyo stay"
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Rabbityama

"Tokyo's Shinjuku"
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