|Above, Tokyo's tourism ambassador peers over Shinjuku buildings. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Shinjuku is one of Tokyo's centers for shopping, nightclubs, restaurants and, of course, Godzilla, now Tokyo's tourism ambassador.
Besides being able to see the life-sized Godzilla head peering over the Toho cinemas, Shinjuku has other things, 101 of them in all, to see and do.
According to Time Out Tokyo:
Trying to navigate your way through Shinjuku Station is hard enough, but when you finally find the right exit, figuring out how to make sure you don't miss out on any of Shinjuku's best shops, restaurants, bars and tourist sights is a challenge all on its own. You could live in Tokyo for years and still not discover everything it offers.
This is where we come in. Doing what we do best, we've scoured the area for the top hotspots and narrowed the list down to a healthy 101 things to do, including chilling in jazzy coffee shops, shopping in massive (and boutique) department stores, tasting the best sake, exploring rock bars, visiting popular shrines and getting the best views of the city. It should keep you busy for a while.
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