We live in Kabuki Street, which is very close to Shinjuku Station. Every day we go in and out of Shinjuku Station. There are several terrible things in Shinjuku Station. First, the big one is terrible. Below is an underground kingdom. Secondly, the number of subway lines is terrible. All kinds of lines, such as jr, Shinkansen, etc., can take you anywhere in Tokyo. Thirdly, the export is terrible, about one hundred exports, send you anywhere you want to go. In Shinjuku Station, you can not understand Japanese, but as long as you have a pen and a book, it is enough, because Japanese can understand Chinese.
Shinjuku Station is the main railway station in Shinjuku District, Tokyo. Railway operators using Shinjuku Station include East Japan Passenger Railway (JR East Japan), Ota Emergency Railway, King of Beijing Railway, Tokyo Metro and Tokyo Metro. Shinjuku Railway Station has a daily number of users. According to the number of people entering and leaving the gates, the JR route is 1.57 million, ranking the first in Japan, and the total number of institutions is 3.64 million. It is the highest used railway station in the world.
Shinjuku Station, one of the three major transportation hubs in Tokyo, is bound to get lost in the station and find no exit. There are many trolley and subway lines passing through this station, and there are many shopping malls in the station building. There are more than ten exports. If you don't pay attention, you will go wrong.
Shinjuku is Tokyo's largest downtown area. Shinjuku's station is so big that even foreign Japanese will get lost. In addition to Shinjuku, it also divides into east, west, north and South ports. Every traffic now has its own entrance and exit, so hitchhiking must be clearly seen, otherwise it will go a long way.
Shinjuku Metro Station is a busier and bustling metro station in Tokyo. It is a four-way transfer station with a large passenger flow. Out of Shinjuku Station is the famous Oda Emergency Department Store (Shinjuku Store). Not far from the eastern entrance of Shinjuku Station is Shinjuku Kabuki. There are many restaurants and department stores nearby. Shopping and leisure are very convenient.
Hakone Tangben, which is a busy place on the Oda Emergency Romantic Express at Shinjuku Station, has a big cosmetics store opposite the station. Without a passport, you can't buy anything tax-free. The night scenery here is beautiful. I took the following pictures. I like Shinjuku and Tokyo. I'll come back next time.
New arrivals at Tokyo's Shinjuku Metro Station must have fallen into a maze: there are 17 railway lines and three underground passages leading to the nearby Metro Station. There are all kinds of corridors with yellow markings on top of them, which are comparable to the railway platform of long distance railway. This is the subway station in Tokyo, Japan.
Shinjuku Station is a big station in Tokyo. It has many outlets and is accessible in all directions. It connects many commercial streets and department stores. There are many shops and restaurants in the station. Even the local people will get lost if they are not careful.
Shinjuku Station is the main railway station in Shinjuku District, Tokyo, Japan. It is the most frequently used railway station in the world, and the traffic is very convenient. But there are 15 trams and subway lines, more than 30 exits, and 3.5 million people per day recorded by Guinness. Many people are separated from their relatives here and countless road fools are completely forced. Make sure you're ready before you come.