Category: Shinjuku

Golden Gai: a mysterious place in Shinjuku, Tokyo
By: Date: September 7, 2020 Categories: Guide,Shinjuku Tags: , , , ,

Golden Gai is truly a magical place, located in Kabuki-cho, the Shinjuku district that never sleeps in Tokyo. Golden Gai doesn’t contain any grand buildings or monuments, but is simply a tiny fragment of old Tokyo that has miraculously survived : this is an area with about 200 small bar that accommodate five to ten customers each. This…

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Must see in Tokyo : Park Hyatt Hotel
By: Date: September 4, 2020 Categories: Guide,Shinjuku Tags: , , , ,

Tokyo is a treasure that contains pretty much everything. And the city continues to change, it often happens that within a couple of years a whole neighborhood changes the face, knocking down and rebuilding new buildings, businesses and more. It is a big city, with a lot of green, very modern, but contains also a lot of ancient buildings and…

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By: Date: September 2, 2020 Categories: Guide,Shinjuku Tags: , , , , , , ,

In Shinjuku, all the characteristics that make Tokyo an interesting city are concentrated in a single, bustling district: luxury department stores, shopping at discount, dazzling neon signs, austere government offices, crowds huddled, giant screens in the streets, cafes to enjoy a bowl of noodles standing up, nights club with escorts, sanctuaries located in areas not visible…

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Have Fun at Tokyo’s Robot Restaurant
By: Date: February 9, 2014 Categories: Shinjuku,Tips,Tokyo Lifestyle Tags: , , ,
Girls and robots at Tokyo Robot Restaurant

In the summer of 2012, a camouflaged Hummer wandered the streets of Tokyo with an unusual cargo : a pair of giant robotic female with arms raised as if to say ‘Irasshaimase‘. It was a particular advertisement, for an even more particular place : the Robot Restaurant, opened in Kabukicho area of Shinjuku. With a…

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Shinjuku Eisa Matsuri on July 31st in Tokyo
By: Date: August 17, 2011 Categories: Festival,Shinjuku,Tradition Tags: , ,

This year on July 31st in Tokyo, there was the Shinjuku Eisa Matsuri, that involved the spectators into the spirit of the distant islands of Okinawa. Like the festival Gujo Odori, also the Eisa Matsuri is one of the main Japanese Obon dance festival. To commemorate the victims of the earthquake, this year’s festival will also include teams…

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