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・Nishi-Shinjuku: The area west of Shinjuku Station, historically known as Yodobashi, is home to Tokyo's largest concentration of skyscrapers. Several of the tallest buildings in Tokyo are located in this area, including the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, KDDI Building and Park Tower.

・Kabukicho: Tokyo's best-known red-light district, renowned for its variety of bars, restaurants, and sex-related establishments.

・Shinjuku Gyoen: A large park, 58.3 hectares, 3.5 km in circumference, blending Japanese traditional, English Landscape and French Formal style gardens.

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@Roman Kuhic Japanese schools are full of wonderful places.
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@Dr. Tanner Reynolds Come to Japan again.There are lots of wonderful city.
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Nice! I found another place to travel
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Roman Kuhic1 yr ago
I would like to visit the elite schools in Japan
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It is time to go on a journey!
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I have been to here and it is really a wonderful city
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