Shinjuku Golden Street has long been known. It's my first time to visit you. Compared with the surge of people outside, it seems a lot quieter here. There was no noise to greet the guests, only the laughter of the diners and the loud tongue of the drunkard who said I could still drink. Decades of old shops gather here, and at night they will glow with the color of their times.
Shinjuku is looking for food is the least worrying thing, worrying about eating so much, what to eat on earth is good, any alley is smoky, barbecue with nourishing oil and water; random a small restaurant on a long line, a small noodle shop can only accommodate seven people, almost standing on a high stool, and beside a row of suits and leather shoes, silently urging these people to finish eating quickly. OK, change tables. Japan's fast-paced alleys are unveiled
It's very close to the Garden Shrine. In the core area of Shinjuku, it's actually a small bar street. There are small bars on both sides of the street. It's very busy at night. The street is not long but the number of shops is quite large. You can come and feel it at night.
There are no skyscrapers as high as the Capital Hall of the West District in the block of Shinjuku Dongkou. There are no buildings as weird as the Medical University. There are ordinary alleys with different shops beside the Kabuki in Shinjuku Dongkou. Golden Street is the same, but many Taobao shops here are treasure hunting places for artists. Perhaps endless inspiration is the gold they need.