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Public Question Asked by NileGuide about Tokyo
I'm going to Shinjuku and would like to what to do by myself while my husband is working during the day and also things to do at nigth together. Thanks
The Best Answer
Answered by TY Wong , Kawaguchi, Japan
There is a big park at Shinjuku, named Shinjuku Gyoen
which is highly recommended to relax at outdoor.
Many shopping malls and department stores around Shinjuku station.
Another place worth to visit is Shinjuku Souther Terrace, opposite Shinjuku station south exist. http://www.southernterrace.jp/
Answered by Koji Asada , Tokyo, Japan
It might be interesting to sample various Japanese arts and crafts like flower arranging, tea ceremony, caligraphy. There are many places to try these, and some in the general area.
Answered by Kaz , Tokyo, Japan
That will be exciting to just look around department stores, like Isetan, Takashimaya and some others. Enjoy looking around cutting edge items. Meanwhile, go ahead to The Tokyo Metropolitan Goverment Office and get in the elevator lifting you up to an observation deck. I have ever once tried it with my American friend before and the view was terrific !! If it shines, that would be so cool to drop by. Enough or still short of informations ?
Answered by Edward Venn , Tokyo, Japan
Shinjuku is a shopping mecca. Takeshimaya, a large department store close to the southern exit of the station hosts a number of shops, cinemas, bookstores and restaurants. Shinjuku Station itself has a number of department stores, restaurants and many smaller shops located in the adjacent concourses.
As far as nightlife, Shinjuku has a wide variety of restaurants, clubs and other attractions catering to different tastes and people of various ages.
Answered by Mark Jones , Gotanda, Japan
cant be much fun going there by yourself so if you need a guide during the day let me know, Ciao
Answered by angela , Tokyo, Japan
Shinjuku Gyoen is definitely a must see, especially the Japanese garden and tea house. From the park you are close to Isetan Dept. store, which gives you a tax discount if you show your passport. As you head back towards the station from Isetan the is a cute little shrine in behind Isetan. There are loads of bars and restaurants in Shinjuku, but if you are only here a short time, places like Shibuya, Ebisu, or even Shimokitazawa are much more interesting for night life. All are just a few minutes by train from Shinjuku.