Hipmunk's most popular hotels in Shinjuku
Home to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, this enormous uptown business district also houses the headquarters of Japan's most prominent businesses. The rest of the city has relatively few skyscrapers due to seismic concerns, but this district has the largest concentration of tall buildings in Japan. At its center is Shinjuku Station, the country's largest and busiest railway port, with more than 3.5 million people transiting the station each day. Department stores, restaurants and nightlife are scattered throughout the area. Japan's busiest red light district, Kabukicho, is located just northeast of Shinjuku station.
Read more about Tokyo's Shinjuku on Hipmunk's Shinjuku Neighborhood Guide.
Past, present and future are only subway stops apart in Tokyo, where you can stroll past Buddhist temples in Asakusa and the imperial palace in Marunuchi, recall geisha days in Roppongi bars and hostess clubs, see the latest in startups and street fashion in Shibuya, and glimpse ahead of the curve with gadgets and underground anime in the Electric Town of Akihabara.
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