Shinjuku Inn

Address: 5-1-4 Shinjyku, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Tokyo Prefecture, Kanto, 160-0022 , Japan | Inn
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This inn, located in the Shinjuku/Nakano/Suginami area of Shinjuku, is near Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Golden-gai District, Isetan Department Store, and Hanazono Jinja Shrine.
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A travel blog entry by vagabonddrift on Mar 29, 2015

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... to the kitchen. Despite the food being like nothing we would have ever had normally for breakfast, we soon learned that Japan is a foody's heaven and you can rarely go wrong. From this moment we were tantalised by what food we could have next whether it be our next meal or even a strange vending machine drink, it was all exciting and constantly in view in the array of eateries in the streets. On night one before we had even arrived at our capsule I found a drink ...

Shinjuku-KU, Tiny bars, Japanese men and Karaoke

A travel blog entry by lindsey-canada on Mar 26, 2015

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... but we drank champagne we sang out hearts out we laughed we danced and it was absolutely fantastic!  They paid again for everything, and it was not cheap they would not let us pay at all, they put us in a cab and told our cabby where to go after giving us big hugs, we waved and waved down the street driving away from them in the cab, it was like meeting your best friend and leaving them we were pretty sad but laughing the whole way home! Like did this night just ...


A travel blog entry by erikandaurea on Jun 11, 2014

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... tickets for the Narita Express, hopped on the train, and were off. An hour and 20 minutes later, we arrived at Shinjuku. The Shinjuku train station is one of the larger train stations in Tokyo; sprawling and undulating. This is a stark contrast to the ease and efficiency in which the trains run. At certain times of day, trains arrive every 3-5 minutes. But it takes sometimes 10 minutes to then leave the station through the exit you want. When we finally made our way out of the ...

Sightseeing at Top Speed

A travel blog entry by ellengoeseast on May 29, 2014

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... excuse does a girl need to go shopping?

So after failing to locate the 'maid café' (a restaurant where the waitresses dress up as cartoonish maids, the one near my hotel appeared to be closed) where I had wanted to get some breakfast, I gave up and took the subway to the Shibuya shopping district, and got my breakfast at the nearest Starbucks.

Without prior knowledge, I had just stubled upon one of Tokyo's most iconic scenes. The Shibuya pedestrian crossing, ...

Day Two

A travel blog entry by sarahpursell on Apr 16, 2014

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... on a normal boat but they also had boats that looked like pirate ships on the lake. This cruise took us to the cable car station to which we took all the way up the mountain for some beautiful views of Lake Ashi with Mt Fuji in the distance. We were only there for a short time before heading back and taking a few photos by a cherry blossom tree and on a panda ride before heading to Odawana Station where we got on the Shinkansen (bullet ...