The metropolis, Shinjuku. With an average of around 3.46 million travelers passing through Shinjuku Station per day, this station is the busiest in the world, recognized as such in the 2011 Guinness Book Of World Records. That number is even higher if one includes travelers using Seibu-Shinjuku Station.Outside the east exit is the place to play, including the shopping district, Shinjuku's famous Kabuki-cho, Hanazono shrine and its adjoining Golden Town.Outside the west exit is the bus terminal and business district, lined with high rise office buildings like the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building and City Hotel. Unlike the east side's neon lights, here one can enjoy the night city skyline. Redevelopment outside the south exit continues and Shinjuku's Takashimaya and Southern Terrace give the area an open feeling.West and North Shinjuku have been developing since the 1980s to include a number of different cultural facilities like concert halls and art galleries, Tokyo Opera City was opened there in 1996.The enormous metropolitan oasis Shinjuku Gyoen gardens were selected as one of "Japan's 100 Top Cherry Blossom Viewing Spots" and the autumn leaves there are also very famous.Within the Gyoen are three different gardens: traditional Japanese gardens as well as English and French-style gardens.
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