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Shinjuku is arguably the central hub of Tokyo's sprawling metropolis, home to the world's busiest train station. It's known for its business, entertainment, and shopping, from Golden Gai to Shin-Okubo Koreatown. Its central location makes it easy to access from nearly everywhere in Tokyo, making it a convenient place to take a cooking class..
All cooking classes in Shinjuku on airKitchen are offered in English.
Popular cheap cooking classes in Shinjuku include Traditional Japanese Culture, Tea Ceremony Experience.
Let’s cook home style of food with local chef sato! (Evening class 6PM-8:30PM) is popular with other travelers visiting Shinjuku.
On average cooking classes in Shinjuku cost ¥8622 per person (based on airKitchen prices).
Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is the perfect place to seek refuge from the crowded streets of Shinjuku. It is a short walk from Shinjuku Station, and houses a traditional Japanese garden, French garden, English garden, and large greenhouse on its grounds.
This narrow and gritty alley in Shinjuku is packed with cheap street food stalls and tiny eateries. The buildings are old and run-down, making Omoide Yakocho's name, "Memory Lane", quite fitting. Among locals, it's called "Piss Alley".
Just outside of Shinjuku lies this not-so-well-known sightseeing landmark. Akasaka Palace is a regal European-style palace that certainly stands out in the Tokyo landscape. Just opened to the public in 2016, it is an interesting site to visit if you're in the Shinjuku area.
The TOHO Cinemas Shinjuku complex takes the movie theater experience to the next level, with massive screens, luxurious seats, and dynamic audio that makes the movie-viewing experience more immersive than ever.
Golden Gai is a famous area of Shinjuku composed of six narrow alleys lined with tiny local bars. Some of these bars have only a few seats, where you'll often seen regulars enjoying a drink. Walking through Golden Gai is an experience in of itself, the district preserving its post-war charm.
Take the JR Chuo Line to Shinjuku (15 minutes).
Take the JR Yamonote Line to Shinjuku (7 minutes).
Take the Ginza Subway Line to Akasakamitsuke Station (25 minutes) and transfer to the Marunouchi Subway Line for Shinjuku (9 minutes).
Take the Marunouchi Subway Line to Shijuku (16 minutes).
Shinjuku is arguably the central hub of Tokyo's sprawling metropolis, home to the world's busiest train station. It's known for its business, entertainment, and shopping, from Golden Gai to Shin-Okubo Koreatown. Its central location makes it easy to access from nearly everywhere in Tokyo, making it a convenient place to take a cooking class.