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JAPAN

Japan is situated in northeastern Asia between the North Pacific and the Sea of Japan. The area of Japan is 377,873 square kilometers, nearly equivalent to Germany and Switzerland combined or slightly smaller than California. Japan consists of four major islands, surrounded by more than 4,000 smaller islands.

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JNTO TRAVEL PLANNER

Use the "JNTO TRAVEL PLANNER" for train and map information helpful in traveling around Japan.

  • By simply entering the departing and arrival station, get an overview of train transfer method, fares, and travel time.
  • By simply selecting the arrival airport and major train stations around Japan, find routes to stations nearest your destination.
  • Display a map of the arrival train station and areas surrounding sightseeing spots.

Read the "Usage Guide" and use this service for a safe and enjoyable trip in Japan.

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Shinjuku

Tokyo


This is one of the busiest towns in Japan, with its train station reportedly handling the largest number of passengers in the world. Department stores, electrical appliance megastores and huge book stores fan out around the station and are constantly filled with customers. In the underground mall, there are dozens of shops where you might find an unexpected bargain. The "Don Quixote" discount store is located along Yasukuni Dori (Ave.) at the east exit, and to the north of this store is the Kabuki-cho bright lights district, crowded with restaurants, adult entertainment spots, arcades and theaters.
On the west exit side are the Tokyo Metropolitan Government buildings, super-high-rise buildings and first-class hotels. Enjoy the night view from the free observatory at the top of the Metropolitan Government building or from one of the skyscraper restaurants.

Isetan

The Isetan Department Store located at Shinjuku 3-chome dates all the way back to 1886. They carry an excellent selection of high-quality fashion ahead of the trend, with the No. 1 sales of women's clothing in Japan. The "Only I" brand is exclusive to Isetan. The adjacent "Men's Building" carries menswear and accessories.

Takashimaya

This major department store situated at the south exit of Shinjuku Station was founded in 1831. There are 14 Takashimaya stores throughout Japan including in Osaka, Kyoto and Yokohama. Referred to as "Times Square" together with "Tokyu Hands" and "Yuzawaya", the Shinjuku store specializes in miscellaneous goods and hobby items, and their dazzling display of Christmas lights is one of Tokyo's noted features.

Bic Camera Shinjuku West Exit store

This household appliance/electronics megastore is accessible from Shinjuku Station via an underpass. The easy-to-see displays and extensive product lineup in the PC section draws a huge number of customers. They also carry watches, eyeglasses, futons and toys. At the East Exit is one of their smaller-scale stores.

Yodobashi Camera Shinjuku West Exit Head store

The Yodobashi megastore has 7 buildings around the West Exit and 2 in East Exit. Each building specializes in a particular product such as cameras, watches and games - for example, the "Multi Media Building" carries PCs and TVs, so there's a huge selection of products and peripheral equipment from which to choose.