Shinjuku is the cultural center of Tokyo and a district of never-ending development. With the JR Shinjuku Station, used by 3,500,000 train commuters every single day, at its heart, whether you exit the station to the east or the west, Shinjuku is a shopping paradise! The city is overflowing with more alluring shops than you can even visit in one day, including Isetan and three other major department stores, electronics stores always popular with tourists like Yodobashi Camera and Bic Camera, and various other shopping centers and brand-name stores. One of the main attractions of Shinjuku is that, with a little bit of walking, you can visit spots like the urban oasis of Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden and the skyscraper city that is such a prominent image of Japan. But in addition, there’s also the famous Asian entertainment district of Kabukicho and Japan’s well-known discount store Don Quixote, as well as plenty of nightlife to enjoy as well.