Kimpton Shinjuku Hotel is close to Shinjuku Central Park and Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden's cherry blossoms. Soak in the views from the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, wander the narrow alleys of Golden Gai or cycle to colorful Yoyogi Park.
Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku’s main entertainment district. Known for its large concentration of hostess and cabaret clubs, there are also shops, boutiques, and live music venues.
Once a military parade ground and the home of the athletes’ village for the 1964 Olympics, the sprawling Yoyogi Park in Shibuya always has an event happening. Pack a picnic, take a bike from the hotel and cycle the pathways, enjoy a scenic jog, stroll through the gardens, watch the various street performers, or just sit back and people-watch — there’s plenty to see. In the springtime, the cherry blossoms put on a pretty display, while autumn brings the golden colors of fall foliage.
Less than a 10-minute walk from Kimpton Shinjuku Tokyo, you’ll find the world’s busiest train station — a launching point for getting you anywhere in Tokyo you’d like to go. Shinjuku Station first opened in 1885, when things were a little quieter. Today, that’s changed. With dozens of platforms, 200-plus exits, and more than 3 million daily passengers, Shinjuku Station is a bustling maze of transportation, shopping, and restaurants
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