・Odakyu Department Store (main building 12th-floor observation space): First, let's take a picture from the west side of Shinjuku Station where the office buildings are located.From the 12th floor of the department store, you can get a taste of Tokyo as a sophisticated economic city.
・Shinjuku Eye: Public art near Shinjuku Station. It has the shape of a large eye and is longer than a person's height, up to 10 meters. Let's shoot an artwork that has been watching over the development of the city of Shinjuku for over 50 years.
・LOVE Object: Shinjuku has a LOVE object which is popular over the world. Why don't you take a photo here!?
・Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Observatory: There is an observation deck on the 45th floor of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, overlooking the metropolitan area of Tokyo. Enjoy the magnificent views of Tokyo Tower, the Sky Tree, and even Mt. Fuji when the weather is nice.
Yodobashi Camera Shinjuku West Exit Main Store: It is a popular spot to take pictures against the backdrop of a store with a unique design.
At night, the light has a stronger impact. Especially on rainy days, the road surface gets wet and the light is reflected, so you can take fantastic pictures.
・Shintoshin Pedestrian Bridge: It is a famous photography spot that is often posted on SNS and is introduced by photographers on YouTube.
You can enjoy the scenery of the office district on the west side of the station and the chaotic scenery of the downtown area on the east side.
・Omoide Yokocho: This is a bar area with small taverns. It is a very popular photo spot where creators introduce the photos taken in narrow alleys.
・Kabukicho Ichibangai: The downtown area in Japan. Various shops are centering especially restaurants. You can't help that you will take tones of photos here because of the neon light and the amount of traffic. In recent years, it has become a representative tourist spot in Shinjuku.
・I Love Kabukicho (Hayashi Building): A new shooting spot in Kabukicho. Let's take a photo with the prominent message written on the wall of the building as evidence that you came to Kabukicho!