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Shinjuku Southern Terrace, Shibuya

Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.3/5 based on 240 reviews on the web
Take a rest from the hustle of central Tokyo at Shinjuku Southern Terrace, a wide pedestrian zone stretching some 350 m (1,148 ft) in a popular commercial area. Located just a minute's walk from the south exit of the super-busy Shinjuku station, the well-kept terrace, hidden behind manicured shrubs, has many cafes and restaurants providing some tranquility in the heart of Tokyo. With many different light shows year-round, the terrace makes a popular spot for both locals and tourists, day or night. The terrace also features major international outlets, such as Starbucks, Krispy Kreme, and Eddie Bauer. Add Shinjuku Southern Terrace to your Tokyo travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Tokyo itinerary builder.
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  • a suspended pedestrian street where has the takashimaya, a giant Mall very nice full of Nice shops; Many cafés. This month of September (I do not know if it will) have some food trucks to give staff a quick stop for a happy hour before going home
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  • Passing by there every day that we stayed in the Southern Tower, I had breakfast every day at a Starbucks, but it was a clear error that you descueran alive, something that can find them on any other country. Very nice, well located, nice views if you upload to areas of restaurants in the shopping centre, care that if shopping centers as dawdle you spent the day buying.
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  • Lights of winter is especially beautiful. I think you out on a date. Shop stylish, and Krispy Kreme Doughnuts was temporary.
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