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JR Shinjuku South Exit l 360 degree Walk in Tokyo

In Tōkyō, Shinjuku Station is a major railway station in the Shinjuku and Shibuya Wards. It is part of the Nishi-Shinjuku and Shinjuku communities in Shinjuku. It is located in Shibuya in the districts of Yoyogi and Sendagaya. It is the busiest train station in the country.

Shinjuku Station (新宿駅 Shinjuku-eki) is one of the busiest railway stations globally, with over three million passengers per day. It is located in the Nishi-Shinjuku and Shinjuku districts of the Tōkyō district of the same name, with the southernmost platforms at Yoyogi in the neighbouring district of Shibuya. Before the outbreak of the Coronavirus pandemic, it was used by up to four million passengers daily. During the morning rush hour, an average of about 500 people per second used to board or disembark on the approximately thirty platforms.

Since December 2000, the Ōedo underground line has had two different stations within Shinjuku Station called Shinjuku (in the south under the station) and Shinjuku-Nishiguchi (in the north). Seibu-Shinjuku station is about half a kilometre north of (JR) Shinjuku station (in the Kabukichō district) and is the starting point of the Shinjuku line of the Seibu Tetsudō. The station is also one of the largest bus stations in Japan, here mainly for long-distance buses.
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