In the daytime Shinjuku is dedicated to shopping in attractive shops, all the way into the night, endlessly and without restrictions. Some call it Kabukicho, the street of food or the street of entertainment, others will see it as a shopping street or a street of sin, but one thing is clear - when young people want to be seen and feel present, they come here!
Young, beautiful, made up and ready, the young people of Tokyo flock to Shinjuku Station, which according to the Guinness Book of Records is the world's busiest train station. They are joined by tourists and together they flow by the huge billboards and crazy skyscrapers, to Shinjuku and Kabukicho, looking for nightly entertainment and experiences. Here the clubs, shops, restaurants and Pachinko machines (if not out of fashion yet) are found. Even the Red Light District is hidden in the smaller alleys of the area.
By the way, if you're part of the shopping community, you've also come to the right place even in the evening. The selection of shops here is crazy and if not closed yet, you can also enjoy the "usual" entertainment, called shopping.