Shinjuku Station is located between the Shinjuku and Shibuya districts in Tokyo. It is one of the most important transportation hubs in Tokyo as well as the busiest train station in the world.
According to statistics, more than 3.64 million people use this station every day. There are 178 exits in Shinjuku Station, which makes it the station with the largest number of exits in the world.
Shinjuku Station serves JR East, Keio Corporation, Odakyu Electric Railway, Tokyo Metro, and Toei Subway.
- Opened: 1885
- Japanese: 新宿駅/しんじゅくえき
- Address: 3 Chome Shinjuku, Shinjuku, Tokyo
- Operated by: JR East, Tokyo Metro
- Size: 36 platforms, 53 tracks
Popular Rail Lines Served By Shinjuku Station
- Yamanote Line: Tokyo–Shinagawa
- Saikyo Line: Osaki–Omiya
- Chuo Line: Tokyo–Nagoya
- Shonan–Shinjuku Line
Odakyu Electric Railway
- Odakyu Odawara Line: Shinjuku–Odawara
- Keio New Line: Shinjuku–Sasazuka
- Keio Line: Shinjuku – Keio Hachioji Station
- Toei Shinjuku Line (connected to Keio New Line): Shinjuku–Motoyawata
- Toei Oedo Line: Shinjuku–Hikarigaoka
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