Here we will focus on the always bustling Shinjuku and Ikebukuro area of Tokyo.
Lumine the Yoshimoto
Six-minute walk from Exit A9 of Shinjuku Station on Ky Metro Marunouchi Line.
The theater with about 450 seats is located on the 7th floor of Shinjuku Lumine 2 Building.
Sompo Japan Seiji Togo Museum of Art
Five-minute walk from Exit A18 of Shinjuku Station on Ky Metro Marunouchi Line.
The museum is located on the 42nd floor of the Sompo Japan headquarters building in the skyscraper district of Nishi-Shinjuku.
Van Gogh’s sunflowers are on display.
Directly connected to Nishi-Shinjuku Station of Kyoto Metro Marunouchi Line
The Nishi-Shinjuku 6-chome Urban Area Redevelopment Project is Japan’s first fully foreign-owned city hotel.
The hotel is connected to Times Avenue, the first pedestrian street in Shinjuku.
Takashimaya Times Square Restaurants Park
Directly connected to the underground of Shinjuku Sanchome Station on Ky Metro Marunouchi Line and Fukutoshin Line.
Restaurants Park is located on the 12th to 14th floors of Shinjuku Takashimaya.
Popular tenants include Tokyu Hands, Yuzawaya, and Kinokuniya Bookstore.
Metro dining district
Directly connected to the basement of Shinjuku Station on the Ky Metro Marunouchi Line.
The first and second basement floors of the Shinjuku Subway Building.
The first basement floor is a restaurant area including long-established famous restaurants.
The second basement floor is used as a meeting place for Japanese and Western confectionery shops and cafes.
Directly connected to Ikebukuro Station on the Ky Metro Marunouchi Line, Yurakucho Line and Fukutoshin Line.
A landmark of Ikebukuro West Exit.
As the high-quality entrance to Ikebukuro, approximately 400 shops are located here.
Directly connected to Higashi-Ikebukuro Station on the Ky Metro Yurakucho Line
A landmark of Ikebukuro, Japan’s first urban complex.
It includes the Sunshine Observation Deck, an aquarium, Namco Namja Town, and the Museum of the Ancient Orient.
Ikebukuro Station on the Kyoto Metro Marunouchi Line, Yurakucho Line and Fukutoshin Line
Inheriting the affinity between the Metro and Paris, France and the image of Echika Omotesando.
As the gateway to a city with a rich artistic and cultural atmosphere, we aim to integrate with the city.
10 minute walk from Edogawabashi Station (Exit 1a) on the Ky Metro Yurakucho Line.
It is built on Tsubakiyama facing the Kanda River.
The firefly night in early summer is a summer tradition.