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Sightseeing and landmarks in Shinjuku City

Art museums

Art Museum
“The Tokyo Toy Museum is a museum run by the Association for the Creation of Art and Play, a non-profit organization. It uses 11 classrooms in the former Yotsuya Fourth Elementary School building. ”
  • 33 locals recommend

History museums

History Museum
“Samurai experience wearing armor; Iaido. Try on samurai helmets and armor, and show. EXPERIENCE. Samurai Live Music Show. LIVE MUSIC · SAMURAI MUSEUM MAP. 8 minute walk from Shinjuku Station on the JR Yamanote Line.”
  • 49 locals recommend

Scenic lookouts

Scenic Lookout
“The tallest building in Shinjuku, TMG No. 1 offers sweeping views of Tokyo--all the way to Mt. Fuji on a clear day--from the 45th floor observatory.”
  • 108 locals recommend
Scenic Lookout
“Enjoy commanding views of downtown Tokyo from a height of 202 meters. The observatories are intended to inform and educate people about Tokyo and TMG policy while taking in the stunning views below. We hope that you will take a moment from your visit to think about the future of "Tokyo" while gazing out the window at the city. 地上202メートルの高さから東京のまちを一望できます。 展望室からの眺望を楽しみながら東京や都政に対する理解と関心を深めてはいかかですか。 また、入場料は無料になります!”
  • 44 locals recommend

Historic sites

“Meiji Shrine, is the Shinto shrine that is dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife, Empress Shōken. Getting There By Train: Tokyo Yamanote Line - Harajuku Station Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line – Meiji Jingu Mae Station Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line – Meiji Jingu Mae Station Fee: Meiji Shrine is free. Treasure House and Inner Garden costs 500 yen each. Hours: From sunrise to sunset. For New Years eve, it specially opens for all night for Hatsumode. Treasure House and Inner Garden is open 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.”
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“Meiji Jingu is a Shinto shrine. Shinto is called Japan's ancient original religion, and it is deeply rooted in the way of Japanese life. Shinto has no founder, no holy book, and not even the concept of religious conversion, but Shinto values for example harmony with nature and virtues such as "Magokoro (sincere heart)". In Shinto, some divinity is found as Kami (divine spirit), or it may be said that there is an unlimited number of Kami. You can see Kami in mythology, in nature, and in human beings. From ancient times, Japanese people have felt awe and gratitude towards such Kami and dedicated shrines to many of them. This shrine is dedicated to the divine souls of Emperor Meiji and his consort Empress Shoken (their tombs are in Kyoto). Emperor Meiji passed away in 1912 and Empress Shoken in 1914. After their demise, people wished to commemorate their virtues and to venerate them forever. So they donated 100,000 trees from all over Japan and from overseas, and they worked voluntarily to create this forest. Thus, thanks to the sincere heart of the people, this shrine was established on November 1, 1920. ”
  • 61 locals recommend
Event Space
“Jiyugakuen Myonichikan was built in 1921 by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright as a school building. Nowadays, in addition to tours, many people come to the building for marriage ceremonies, seminars, discussion meetings, concerts, and public lectures.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Spanish Restaurant
“It is a one-Michelin-star modern Spanish restaurant. Lord Ogasawara's residence is a historical building.”
  • 3 locals recommend


Design Studio
“Lots of Interior shops in the building, like The Conran shop and Japanese design furnitures... Hard to take it home but interesting window-shopping.”
  • 4 locals recommend
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“French teaching school. Beautiful campus and cafe which makes you feel like in Paris.”
  • 2 locals recommend
“A large and bright library on the 7th floor. There are many types of magazines and we are focusing on collecting books in English, Chinese and Korean.”
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