Top 9 Shinjuku Hotel Near Shinjuku Station + Top 10 places to Visit in Shinjuku – the 2019 Guide

Shinjuku is a special ward in Tokyo, Japan. It is a major commercial and administrative centre, housing the busiest railway station in the world. A lot of the shopping can be done just around Shinjuku Station, the South Exit of Shinjuku Station contains a large shopping area with malls including LUMINE and MYROAD inside of the station building and Flags right next to it. Crossing the street will bring you to Shinjuku Southern Terrace, an area packed with shops and restaurants. This area is a comparatively calm section of Shinjuku, catered towards people who prefer a more refined shopping and dining experience. We will introduce some recommended 4 stars hotel near Shinjuku Station.

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Hotel near Shinjuku Station

Top 9 Shinjuku Hotels Near Shinjuku Station 

Hotel Gracery Shinjuku, Hotel Gracery Shinjuku is a new hotel in Shinjuku, it was built in 2015.

Hyatt Regency Tokyo,  it is a famous brand hotel all over the world

Citadines Central Shinjuku Tokyo, Hotel Near Shinjuku Station, 5 minutes walk to Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden

Shinjuku Granbell Hotel

Hundred Stay Tokyo Shinjuku , it is close to shopping malls

Hotel Sunroute Plaza Shinjuku, it is not only a hotel near Shinjuku Station, it is also close to airport bus station!

Odakyu Hotel Century Southern Tower, highly recommend to family trip!

Shinjuku Prince Hotel, Tokyo Tower is only a short walking distance from here!

JR Kyushu Hotel Blossom Shinjuku 

Top 10 places to Visit in Shinjuku


If you live in one of the above hotels near Shinjuku Station, you will find that it is easy to visit below top 10 places recommended in Shinjuku!

1. Omoide Yokocho

This is quite the Memory Lane (literal translation of Omoide Yokocho) as you can get a nostalgic feel of 1950s olden Shinjuku, as you chomp on your tasty yakitori skewer while sitting in a slightly cramped barspace, surrounded by Japanese salarymen who come to drink beer after a hard day’s work.



There are about 60 restaurants, most selling yakitori and oden in the winter, tightly crammed into a 4 lane space. It’s really the place to go if you want a taste of Japanese life during the early post-war era when this area was flourishing.

Omoide Yokocho

2. Kabukicho


At first glance, Kabukicho is most likely the most touristy spot on this list. However, besides the bars, lights, and infamous red-light district there are many little unknown and unique bars and shops if you ever chance to go deeper within the streets.


Firstly there is the Shinjuku Batting Center where you can flex your batting muscle, then you can wander around the gay entertainment area of 2chome while spying hosts and hostesses trying to pick up customers.


Finally there is the mega variety store Don Quijote which is open 24 hours and has 4 floors of fun random products as well as your standard snacks, cosmetics, and other appliances. You will never be bored here in Kabukicho!


3. Robot Restaurant


If you’re not afraid of flashing lights, loud head-splitting music or crazy creations like giant female robot cyborgs “dancing” in front of you, or the hefty price, then this is the ultimate tourist spot for you!


The newly opened Robot Restaurant could possibly be the answer to every tourist who is looking for the “modernized Japan experience.”

Robot Restaurant Website
Robot Restaurant

4. Isetan/Marui for Men


For the shopaholics who desire classy fashions, the latest shoes and cosmetics, and the finest gifted fruits (and more in the basement shopping area), you’d better come to Isetan Shinjuku. This shopping mall also has a lot of history as it was originally built back in 1933.



Guys, don’t be depressed imagining having to wait for your significant other while she oohs and ahs over all the latest fashions. There is actually a separate Isetan Men’s building as well! Also, if you are interested in slightly younger modern fashion, there is also the nearby Marui Men’s as well as another separate building for women.

Isetan Shinjuku Website
Isetan Shinjuku

Marui Website
Marui Shinjuku

5. Shinjuku Gyoen National Park


Tired of seeing crowds of people after even more people? Take a train or walk through the Shinjuku metro station underground to Shinjuku Gyoen National Park! For a nominal fee of 200yen for adults and just 50 yen for children, you can relax and enjoy this popular hanami spot which has 20,000 trees! Plenty of greenery! Whoever said Tokyo is a concrete jungle may be slightly ashamed to know this..

Shinjuku Gyoen National Park

6. Shinjuku Central Park


Another, lesser known park in Shinjuku is the Central Park, which is sandwiched between skyscrapers like the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and many apartment buildings. The park even has its own Niagara Falls, which has become the symbol of this park. The 80,000 trees add to the overall greenery of the city and makes a pleasant place to take a walk, ride a bike, or just relax!

Shinjuku Central Park

7. Golden Gai


Similar to Omoide Yokocho with its narrow streets and tiny buildings but on the eastern side of Shinjuku versus west, this “Golden Street” lets you revisit the “golden era” of Shinjuku in which well-off artistic clientele (think manga artists, directors, literary artists) drink pricey drinks in jazzy bars, most likely reminiscing of the latter part of the 20th century.


The area started off as a brothel district before it became illegal in 1958, but didn’t really flourish due to its nearby rival Kabukicho, so very few people such as the artists knew about this street, thus making Golden Gai a sort of secret hide-out. Come and explore the narrow alleys which are chockfull of history!

Golden Gai

8. Tokyo Metropolitan Building Observation Deck


On a clear day, you can you will be able to see Tokyo Sky Tree, Tokyo Tower, Tokyo Dome, even Mount Fuji from one of the two 202 meter all observatories.


Tip: the panoramic view from the North Observatory is most popular at night!

Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building

9. Electronic stores


Looking for the latest Japanese camera, beauty appliances, or other electronics? Shinjuku offers the best at some of the biggest branches of Bic Camera, Yodobashi Camera, Sofmap so you don’t have to go all the way to Akihabara just to check it out.


Also be on the lookout for Bicqlo, an 11 floor building which houses Bic Camera, Uniqlo and GU together! Staff also speak multiple languages so you can enjoy your shopping spree without trouble!


10. Hanazono Shrine


A shrine hidden in the massive concrete jungle that is East Shinjuku, the Hanazono Shrine actually holds a lot of history, built in the mid 17th century. Come and see many businessmen visiting the Shrine to pray for success to Inari, the androgynous god of fertility and worldly success. Annual events are even held at this Shrine so be on the lookout.

Hanazono Shrine

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