Shinjuku Apartment Rental Photos and Description
Apartment in Shinjuku, 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, sleeps 4
Every person requires to stay in a neat, pleasant and affordable environment. All this is bundled for you in the form of my cute apartment. The place is spacious and furnished with executive couch which can be pulled into a queen size bed & Loft bed, fully stocked toilet, furnished kitchen, extra Japanese futons etc
West of the station is Shinjuku's skyscraper district, home to many of Tokyo's tallest buildings, including several premier hotels and the twin towers of the Metropolitan Government Office, whose observation decks are open to the public for free.
Shop and restaurant hours vary
Shin-Okubo Koreatown is a collection of Korean shops and restaurants found along the main road and side streets around Shin-Okubo Station, one stop north of Shinjuku Station. Many of the shops and restaurants are operated by Korean immigrants and sell a variety of Korean goods, including K-Pop music, videos and groceries.
Northeast of the station lies Kabukicho, Japan's largest and wildest red light district, while department stores, subterranean malls and electronic shops surround Shinjuku Station on all four sides, including the recently redeveloped Southern Terrace.
Named after a kabuki theater, whose construction plans have never been realized, Japan's largest red light district features countless restaurants, bars, nightclubs, pachinko parlors, love hotels and a wide variety of red light establishments for both sexes and sexual orientations. Explore with caution and beware of exorbitant cover fees.
Golden Gai is a small, atmospheric nightlife district in Kabukicho packed with over 200 small bars and eateries. Most places are very small, seating only a few customers, and typically cater to a few regular customers. A few of the bars openly welcome foreign guests with signs and menus set outside listing prices in English.
Omoide Yokocho (lit. memory lane), also known under its more colorful nickname Piss Alley, is a small network of alleyways along the tracks northwest of Shinjuku Station. The narrow lanes are filled with dozens of tiny eateries serving ramen, soba, sushi, yakitori and kushiyaki. Many restaurants consists of just one counter with some chairs, while others have a couple of tables.
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Office
House Rules: Please restrict the noise within the room as making it from outside may inconvenience the neighbors because its cultural way of Japanese apartments,keep it clean because its your home, do not smoke from the neighbors door and respect to be maintained,put off all the electronics when moving out of the house to save on power bills and to avoid accidents,check-in and check-outs to be observed unless their is problem or delay not beyond 30mins so l request you to communicate in adverse the staff is there to help you out do not fear to tell out.
Separate your trash,1bag for burnables,1bag for cans,tins and bottles and 1 bag for plastics ,please note on the trash.
Thanks, you have a big welcome friends / guests
- smoking allowed