Known as Skyscraper City, Nishi-Shinjuku is home to Tokyo’s tallest buildings, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and the 52-storey Shinjuku Park Tower, of which hotel Park Hyatt Tokyo occupies the top floors.
Tokyo Opera City - (Walking distance: 7 mins)
Tokyo Opera City is a huge entertainment complex located in skyscraper city Nishi-Shinjuku. Facilities at Tokyo Opera City include a variety of shops and restaurants, the New National Theater, Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall and the Art Gallery.
Shinjuku Station(Walking distance: 12 mins)
One of the largest and busiest railway stations in the world, Tokyo’s Shinjuku Station is used by over 3.5 million passengers per day. The station is served by a multitude of public and private train and metro lines, providing easy access to Tokyo’s main attractions and other cities in Japan.
Meiji Jingu Shrine – (Walking distance: 15 mins)
An oasis of calm and tranquility in the heart of Tokyo. The Meiji Jingu Shrine is a sanctuary dedicated to the deified spirits of Emperor Meiji and his wife. Founded in 1921 and reconstructed in 1958, Meiji Jingu Shrine is Tokyo's largest Shrine and one of Japan's three Imperial Shrines.
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden (Walking distance: 20 mins)
A former private family residence, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is now a public park and is famous for its beautiful landscaped gardens and cherry trees which bloom from late March to early April. The gardens are split into the three styles of French Formal, English Landscape and Japanese traditional and cover an area of almost 60 hectares.
Shinjuku Shopping - (Walking distance: 10 mins)
Shinjuku is a shopper’s paradise hosting Japan’s largest department stores including the infamous Takashimaya Times Square, Odakyu Department Store and the Keio Department Store.