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Luckily close to our tennis courts, there are numbers of entertainments and attractions available in Shinjuku area where our visitors can play, eat and shop day & night.

Being one of the must-visit areas in Tokyo, Shinjuku is best known as the reg light district in Tokyo. The area offers entertaining nightlife fulled with flashy neon lights and is considered as the best place to hang out.

In this guide, we're sharing the best things to do in Shinjuku, including the best hotels, restaurants, photo spot and more!


  • Hilton Hotel
    Luxury rooms and suites in a contemporary hotel with restaurants, bars, swimming pool and tennis courts.

  • Shinjuku Granbell Hotel
    Elegant accommodation in a chic hotel with rooftop bar, art gallery and French / Italian restaurant.

  • Park Hyatt Tokyo
    Chic rooms and suites, some with views of Mount Fuji, in an upscale hotel with restaurant and pool.

  • Hyatt Regency Tokyo
    Elegant rooms and suites in a luxury city hotel with 6 restaurants, swimming pool and 24-hour gym.


  • Junisoh Hilton
    More than just a Japanese restaurant, Junisoh lets you experience the spirit of Japanese culture through an explosion of tasteful adventures and culinary art.

  • Robot Restaurant
    Located in the heart of Shinjuku red light district, Robot Restaurant is offering an eccentric entertaining show with robots and dancers with neon lights and music.

  • Himawari Shushi
    A conveyor belt sushi restaurant that has been in business at the Shinjuku West Area for nearly 40 years.

  • Minokichi Shinjuku Sumitomo
    Gett a taste of ancient Kyoto with kaiseki cuisine at Minokichi Shinjuku Sumitomo. Savor seasonal dishes with a gorgeous night view of Tokyo.


  • Love Object
    An iconic symbol in Shinjuku, the LOVE sculpture was designed by Robert Indiana. It is a a nice photo spot and a popular meeting place for salaryman and young peoples.

  • Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings
    The twin building have observation decks offering the panoramic city view of the city and surroundings, and it’s FREE entrance! You can also see Mount Fuji when the visibility is good.

  • Shinjuku Gyoen
    Shinjuku Gyoen is a vast park located in the heart of Shinjuku area. The park offers a massive green space with peaceful and serine atmosphere. It's one of the most popular spots in Tokyo for cherry blossom viewing.

  • Samurai Museum
    Samurai Museum is a historical museum dedicated to Samurai culture.

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