Within 30 minutes from Shinjuku on the Odakyu Lines, a short trip. Explore the outlying areas of Shinjuku that offer avant-garde experiences such as Shimo-Kitazawa, a haven for trendy cafés and small theaters, and a museum where various works by prominent cartoon creators are on display.
Approximately 9 minutes by express train on the Odakyu Line
This popular area, with its fashionable shops, small theaters and clubs with live music, is well-known for its deep connections with music and trends. Along the back streets, you will find many shops selling high-quality secondhand clothes and trendy restaurants. Take a stroll through the shotengai (commercial district) and see what great things you can find!
Approximately 15 minutes by local train on the Odakyu Lines
This is believed to be the birthplace of the maneki-neko (lucky beckoning cat). The altar at the shrine is surrounded by numerous maneki-neko. The ema, on which people write their wishes, are also of maneki-neko design. A historic temple that was built in 1480.
Approximately 20 minutes by express train on the Odakyu Line
Approximately 9 minutes by bus from Noborito Station
The masterpieces and works of Fujiko F. Fujio, the creators of the globally renowned cartoon ”Doraemon,” are on display. How about picking up some limited souvenirs from the museum?
Approximately 10 minutes from the Fujiko F. Fujio Museum on foot
One of the green lands located in the Tokyo suburbs. The grounds include the Japan Open Air Folk House Museum, a planetarium and the Kawasaki City Taro Okamoto Museum.