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  Shinjuku, Tokyo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shinjuku (新宿区; -ku) is one of the special wards of Tokyo, Japan.
Shinjuku is home to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, Tokyo's tallest building, where political and public administration of Tokyo takes place.
Shinjuku Ward is also home to Waseda University, the Yakult Swallows baseball team, and a barracks of the Japan Self-Defense Forces.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shinjuku   (411 words)

 Shinjuku Station - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Located in the commercial centre of Shinjuku ward (although the southern part extends into Shibuya ward) it is served by a multitude of JR, private and underground (subway) lines.
Shinjuku is the busiest train station in the world, as well as the second-largest (after Nagoya Station) when measured by area.
Shinjuku was still a quiet community at the time and the station was not heavily trafficked at first.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shinjuku_Station   (342 words)

 Shinjuku, Tokyo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Shinjuku is a major urban-transit hub: Shinjuku Station sees an estimated 2 million passengers pass through it each day, with three subway lines, two private-rail commuter lines, and several JR lines passing through it.
Shinjuku is home to Japan's largest, best-known and most vibrant gay area, Shinjuku ni-chōme.
Shinjuku has the highest numbers of registered aliens of any community in Tokyo.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Shinjuku,_Tokyo   (411 words)

Shinjuku is one of the 23 wards of the metropolis of Tokyo, but commonly refers to just the large entertainment, business and shopping area around Shinjuku Station.
West of the station is Shinjuku' skyscraper district, home to many of Tokyo's tallest buildings, including several premier hotels and the Metropolitan Government Office, whose observation decks are open to the public for free.
Shinjuku Station is Japan's busiest railway station, served by about a dozen railway lines, including the JR Yamanote Line.
www.japan-guide.com /e/e3011.html   (1109 words)

 Shinjuku, Tokyo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
As of 2003, the ward has an estimated population of 297,135 and a density of 16,299.23 persons per km².
Major areas of the ward include Ichigaya, the red-light district Kabukicho,,, Shinjuku ni-chome and Takadanobaba.
Shinjuku is home to Japan's largest, best-known and most vibrant gay area, Shinjuku ni-chome.
www.bucyrus.us /project/wikipedia/index.php/Shinjuku,_Tokyo   (333 words)

 Encyclopedia: Shinjuku, Tokyo
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building Shinjuku, Tokyo Tocho Tokyo Japan Skyscraper I took this photograph and contribute it to the public domain.
Shinjuku Gyoen (新宿御苑, Shinjuku Imperial Gardens) is national park with an eminent garden in Tokyo it is in Shinjuku (Tokyo, Japan).
Shinjuku ni-chōme (新宿二丁目, referred to colloquially simply as ni-chōme) is an area in the special ward of Shinjuku in Tokyo, Japan.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Shinjuku,-Tokyo   (1806 words)

 Shinjuku - the heart of Tokyo (well one of the many hearts, but a good one)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Upscale restaurants claim the top floors of the tall buildings, while a more modest mix of truly international styles can be found lower such as the I-land patio, housing open air tables in the center of its underground circle, ringed by restaurants.
As the sun begins setting on Tokyo, Shinjuku West starts to quiet down (though even as a commercial concrete jungle, its streets and side-streets are more populated with pedestrians than the average North American downtown.
As you approach Shinjuku Station from the West you run into some pretty big electronics stores (Yodobashi may be the biggest - and they do a good job on film developing too (click here for photo-op translation cheats).
www.studiobraun.com /travel/tokyo/shinjuku   (601 words)

 hackwriters.com -A Good Guide to Gay Bars in Shinjuku- Brian Wood   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Shinjuku Gyoen is the Central Park of Tokyo and is a great place to have a picnic with friends, take a nap on the ever so rare patches of grass, or feed the ever-hungry Koi in the ponds throughout the park.
Shinjuku Gyoen is literally an oasis in the middle of this enormously poorly planned city.
Shinjuku herself can be absolutely beautiful with her Garden and high rises in the backdrop and at the same time depressingly ugly with her traffic and neon billboards competing for space.
www.hackwriters.com /Shinjuku2.htm   (2085 words)

My friend, Natsu-ko, who I met in America, is back here in Japan and she lives near Shinjuku so I called her up and she showed me around.
There are tons of stores around most big stations and Shinjuku is the largest station in Japan (maybe the largest in the world) There are something like 80 separate exits.
Shinjuku is a part of Tokyo and Tokyo is the capital of Japan.
www.greggman.com /japan/shinjuki.htm|template=print|lang=english|?q   (250 words)

 transgender-net: Film - Shinjuku Boys
Shinjuku Boys alternates fascinating interviews with fabulous sequences shot inside the Club, where the suave annabe down Buds in their snappy suits and turn on the charm for their glamorous clients.
From the makers of Dream Girls, Shinjuku Boys is a remarkable documentary about the complexity of female sexuality in Japan today.
Shinjuku Boys (Women Make Movies; 1996; 53 min.) focuses on three transgendered men who work in "Club Marilyn", a bar located in Tokyo's Shinjuku district, which employs ftm hosts to serve a female clientele.
www.transgender-net.de /Film/doku/shinjuku.html   (908 words)

 Shinjuku - Anime Academy Lounge
Another eye-catching area of the city is Shinjuku, where the glittering lights and neon signs draw both tourists and residents alike.
Shinjuku is one of the busiest parts of the city.
Shinjuku is also host to the red light district, considered to be one of the best places to experience the nightlife of Tokyo.
www.animeacademy.com /forums/showthread.php?t=8490   (1743 words)

 DVD of the Week: (7/17/2004): Shinjuku Triad Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Tatsuhito (Kippei Shiina) is a detective in Tokyo’s Shinjuku district, the sleazy criminal underbelly of the city, ruled by warring yakuza and triad (Chinese gangster) factions.
Shinjuku isn’t quite as complicated, but it’s still sometimes a little more difficult to follow than it probably ought to be.
Disc notes: Artsmagic's DVD of Shinjuku Triad Society seems to have been derived from the same source as the Region 2 Tartan UK edition -- it's rather dark, isn't flagged for inverse telecine, and doesn't have a lot of image detail, which leads me to believe the problem is with the source itself.
www.thegline.com /dvd-of-the-week/2004/07-17-2004.htm   (1017 words)

 Shinjuku Triad Society: Chinese Mafia War
Both parties' viciousness is exposed in the opening scene in which Tatsuhito raids a nightclub – Tatsuhito beats up a couple of punters in his search for Wang, whilst Wang's lover Zhou (who also doubles as a rent boy) murders a policeman who gets in his way.
The three spot the Shinjuku cop and escape in the car, not before Tatsuhito gives chase on foot and manages to keep up for a mile or so, barely out of breath (that Tokyo traffic must be a killer).
Shinjuku Triad Society impresses, not least in showing that Miike is able to make movies that aren't solely shock-fests.
www.mandiapple.com /snowblood/shinjuku.htm   (1352 words)

 Great Public Spaces: Shinjuku Eki (Train Station) | Project for Public Spaces (PPS) - Placemaking for Communities   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The place is amazingly clean considering the 100,000’s of people that use this space everyday, and the fact that there are no litter receptacles (due to the terrorist attack on one of the trains in the past).
To someone who lived in an American suburb, Shinjuku Station could be overwhelming, but to someone like me who's always lived in crowded cities, such as Manila and Hong Kong, I am completely at home with the massive crowd.
Shinjuku Station is one of the most common meeting places for people because it is the point where all trains in Tokyo converge, so it is convenient to use as a meeting place.
www.pps.org /gps/one?public_place_id=761   (825 words)

 Good Processing in Tokyo (near Shinjuku if possible)?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Shinjuku is also a good place for cheap and/or second hand gear.
on a busy street that divides shinjuku 3 chome and kabukicho, there is a great used store where you'll find practically anything nikon, canon, pentax etc. if you want precise details about the store, let me know and i'll point you to a map.
Leave Shinjuku station to the east rather than west of the tracks and walk south (so that the tracks are immediately to your left).
www.photo.net /bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=008iMH   (599 words)

 Shinjuku Filth - Junk
As you'd guess by the name, Shinjuku Filth is a side project of Shinjuku Thief, best known for dark ambient/orchestral material such as the excellent The Witch Hammer and The Witch Hunter albums.
To an extent this is true of the Shinjuku Thief albums too, but the boundaries there are more clearly defined, the careering less dramatic, and each album has had a fairly consistent sound.
As for the typical Shinjuku Thief fan, well they're used to Darrin V's experimentation and wild variations in style, so they should take this in their stride, even if they won't necessarily like it all.
www.awrc.com /review/s/junk.html   (908 words)

 Anime Breakdown: Demon City Shinjuku
One day, all of a sudden this corner, brustling with skyscrapers, collapses on account of a great earthquake brought about by demons and becomes an isolated world through gigantic cracks in the ground that came into existence at the same time.
Genichiro challenges Rah to fight in order to prevent that However, the power of darkness is a dreadful thing, and Genichiro dies while drinking tears of mortification.
And then Shinjuku collapses on account of a great earthquake brought about by Rah It is just the prolog up to here.
www.geocities.com /ikrichter/demon.htm   (1015 words)

 Shinjuku Japanese Restaurant :washingtonpost.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Shinjuku, which takes its name from an entertainment district in Tokyo, is just the opposite: a soothing diversion from bright lights, booming soundtracks and bustling crowds.
Stratman described Shinjuku as "most tastefully and elegantly decorated," and she was right.
The dumplings are particularly good, be they the button-size shumai, encasing ground shrimp in sheer, crinkly wrappers, or the larger gyoza, fattened with a juicy combination of beef and shrimp and fried to gentle crispness.
www.washingtonpost.com /ac2/wp-dyn?node=entertainment/profile&id=1069023   (888 words)

 Tokyo/Shinjuku - Wikitravel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Shinjuku (新宿) is a major district of Tokyo for work or play.
The west side of Shinjuku, a seismically stable area that escaped the last earthquake with nary a scratch, is Tokyo's skyscraper district featuring (among others) the gargantuan Tokyo Metropolitan Government Offices.
The Lockup, 5-17-13 Shinjuku 5F (5272-7055, Shinjuku), is a Shinjuku original that has since spawned several branches elsewhere in Tokyo.
www.wikitravel.org /en/article/Tokyo/Shinjuku   (1552 words)

 Shinjuku, Tokyo - Photo exhibit - STEFAN STENUDD - - - - - - - - - -
So, when this time I went to Japan for the International Aikido Federation congress, I took several days off just to walk the streets of Tokyo, taking some 400 photos, discovering a Japanese life having nothing at all to do with aikido, and loving every minute of it.
Mainly I spent my time in the Shinjuku area, which is where the Aikido Hombu dojo, the "headquarters" of aikido, is situated.
It is also a very intense shopping and amusement center of Tokyo - with many a skyscraper defying the risk of earthquake, as well as narrow alleys with numerous noodle and sushi bars, sleazy quarters offering all kinds of services or performances of girls, et cetera.
www.stenudd.com /art/shinjuku   (339 words)

 Monsters At Play: Shinjuku Triad Society Review
On one level Shinjuku examines violence in society and paints a portrait of a world so hardened that truly no one in it is all good.
Shinjuku is an absolutely excellent film in all aspects, and I urge you to check it out no matter what level you plan to view it on.
On a technical level, the presentation of Shinjuku mostly belies the film's age: scratches and dirt are very infrequent, and it's certainly nice to view the film in such clean condition, letterboxed (with anamorphic enhancement) at its 1.85:1 ratio.
www.monstersatplay.com /review/dvd/s/shinjuku.php   (1414 words)

 Aaccessmaps.com presents information about Shinjuku, Metro Goverment
To the western edge of Tokyo center is the bustling Shinjuku area.
Ikebukuro is in the northwest, and the cultural center of the city, Ueno and Asakusa, is northeast of the Imperial Palace.
From Shinjuku station there are buses to the Fuji and Hakone regions.
www.aaccessmaps.com /show/info/shinjuku   (469 words)

 Shinjuku Thief   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Obviously "The Scribbler" had its basis in the writings of Kafka, given that the work was originally composed to accompany an installation based on "The Trial".
Later, this conceptual starting point was then imbued with degrees of lyrical beauty and romanticism by the time of "The Witch Hunter" - which focussed more on the folk traditions and rituals which had become demonised by the church, rather than the more overblown supernatural elements.
Shinjuku Thief's debut CD, on the other hand, "Bloody Tourist" was a much more undisciplined work - covering all our musical passions of the time (world, ambient, rock, industrial, jazz, funk, noise etc etc.)
drugie.here.ru /achtung/shinjuku.htm   (726 words)

 Shinjuku Triad Society Review (1995)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Kiriya is a Chinese-born cop on the mean streets of Tokyo’s Shinjuku district who thinks nothing of breaking a chair over a female suspect’s face to extract a confession, but is also a loving son to his elderly parents who have found it difficult fitting into Japanese society.
Kiriya’s younger brother Yoshihito is a lawyer, but he’s chosen to represent psychotic gangster Wang, who runs Shinjuku’s most feared Chinese Triad gang and profits from an organ trafficking operation run from a hospital in Taiwan.
His best best known pictures are the deeply twisted love story Audition, the flly comic gorefest Ichi the Killer, cannibal comedy musical Happiness of the Katakuris and the often surreal Dead or Alive trilogy.
www.thespinningimage.co.uk /cultfilms/displaycultfilm.asp?reviewid=419&aff=16   (504 words)

 The Dubliners - ultimatepubguide.com
In Japan an elevator is an indispensable part of a pub or bar, and Shinjuku's The Dubliners pub has two of them; there are of course also stairs to this 2nd floor pub, but an elevator is far more exciting and provides a grander entrance.
The Dubliners is located near the JR Shinjuku station on the Yamanote Line, one of the busiest stations in Tokyo, and its 2nd floor corner location overlooks two of the area's busiest thoroughfares.
A waitress in Shinjuku's The Dubliners is possibly one of the most attractive in Tokyo.
ultimatepubguide.com /pubs/info.phtml?pub_id=316   (490 words)

 JR Shinjuku Station
Shinjuku is the largest and busiest station in the world.
The east side of the gigantic Shinjuku Station is the lively entertainment center.
The electronics district in West Shinjuku rivals that of Akihabara, but it's much smaller.
www.3deearts.com /tokyo/shinjukuekieast.html   (581 words)

 The Greenhouse in Shinjuku Gyoen Natonal Garden   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
The history of the greenhouse in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden has itsorigin in 1875(Meiji 8th) as a non-heated glassed-in greenhouse that was about 100 square meters and was built as an institution of a factory encouragement residence belonging to the Home Office.
The greenhouse became under the jurisdiction of the Imperial Household Agency in 1879(Meiji 12th) and its name was hanged into "Shinjuku Plant Imperial Garden" then they began the cultivation of Western vegetables, fruits and so forth.
The greenhouse in Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden built the basis of horticulture technique as the herald of greenhouse horticulture in Japan and it became the birthplace of greenhouse horticulture.
www.shinjukugyoen.go.jp /onshitsu/english-onshitsu.index.html   (778 words)

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