Plan 3

All-night shopping
and dining

Why sleep when you can go to Shinjuku?!

Shinjuku is the place for late-night dining and shopping.
There are so many izakaya gastro-pubs and ramen restaurants to choose from, and you can make a start on your souvenir shopping.
Take the bus from the airport to the nightlife

02:15
Take the bus from the airport to the nightlife

The 30-minute bus ride to Shinjuku is just right for a quick nap or just watching the Tokyo nightscape.
Welcome to Shinjuku

02:53
Welcome to Shinjuku

The bus arrives at Shinjuku’s new—and huge—Expressway Bus Terminal.
The best chicken and beer in town
Approx. 15 minutes’ walk

03:10
The best chicken and
beer in town

From the bus terminal, follow the aroma of grilled chicken to a late-night izakaya and treat yourself to some grilled skewered chicken and beer. Kanpai!
The best chicken and beer in town
The best chicken and beer in town
Yakitori grilled chicken
Ichiran Shinjuku Chuo Higashi Branch

04:20
No Tokyo night is complete without ramen

Head over to the Shinjuku Chuo Higashi branch of Ichiran, where the noodles come in a delicious pork-bone flavored broth.
They will even give you a noodle refill, so don’t be afraid to ask.
Ichiran Shinjuku Chuo Higashi Branch
3-34-11 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Ichiran Shinjuku Chuo Higashi Branch
Ichiran Shinjuku Chuo Higashi Branch
Order in 4 languages
Ichiran Shinjuku Chuo Higashi Branch
Ichiran Shinjuku Chuo Higashi Branch
Yum!
Approx. 15 minutes’ walk
Approx. 15 minutes’ walk
Don Quijote Shinjuku Higashiguchi Branch

05:00
Start your shopping at
Don Quijote

Don Quijote, the nationwide chain of discount stores, has a huge range of goods available at reasonable prices, and the Shinjuku Higashiguchi branch is open 24 hours.
Don Quijote Shinjuku Higashiguchi Branch
1-16-5 Kabuki-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Don Quijote Shinjuku Higashiguchi Branch
Don Quijote Shinjuku Higashiguchi Branch
There’s so much to see!
  • Breakfast in Tsukiji, fresh off the boat

    Enjoy the freshest, most succulent seafood for breakfast at Tsukiji Market, Japan’s premier fish market.

  • Sunrise in a soothing onsen bath

    Soak away your fatigue in hot springs so you’re refreshed and ready to meet the dawn and enjoy Tokyo.

  • All-night shopping
    and dining

    Try out the local izakaya and ramen restaurants, and get some souvenir shopping out of the way before sunup.

  • Sing your heart out
    at karaoke

    When it’s just you and your friends in a private karaoke room, you can sing, sing, sing your cares away.

  • Get pampered at a relaxing spa

    Soothe your body and mind all night at a resort spa so you’re relaxed and ready for fun by morning.

  • Get your otaku on deep in Akihabara

    Night time is a great time to check out Akihabara, the focal point of Japan’s distinctive otaku culture.

  • Sunrise by the iconic Tokyo Skytree

    Japan’s tallest structure, Tokyo Skytree, at dawn by the riverside is truly a sight to behold.

  • Soothe your weary body on hot stone baths

    Rest, weary traveler, at an oasis of relaxation in the middle of bustling Roppongi.

  • Haneda Airport is more than an airport

    If heading in to the city at night doesn’t appeal, get some sleep and freshen up at the airport’s First Cabin hotel.