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Kabukichō is the maximum amusement center in Japan located to east gate of Shinjuku station, Tokyo. The restaurant, bar, recreation facilities, etc. have jostled in the multi-use building at 600 meters square of abbreviation surrounded as Yasukuni steet, JR Chuō Line, Shokuan street and Meiji street. Kabukichō is counted in the leading night spots as called "sleepless town" and there is also much traffic brightly to neon. The feature has the mixture of lawfulness and illegal picking atmosphere. This photograph is taken towards the Meiji street from the crossing in Yasukuni street. Kabukichō have not changed basically in the point of rows of building and the generation of young age to visit in here even if comparing with 30-40 years ago. On other hand, the Shinjuku west entrance redevelops the former site of Yodobashi water-purifying place and a skyscraper floods and born the new city with the time.

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Shinjuku west entrance: workshop

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