Cycling in Shinjuku! From the tourist information center [INBOUND LEAGUE] which is in a good location and takes 20 minutes to Shinjuku Gyoen, Meiji Jingu and Yoyogi Park.

Tokyo/Shinjuku, Shijuku-ku
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Why don't you enjoy sightseeing in Shinjuku more easily by cycling? We [INBOUND LEAGUE] have a good selection of bikes with good design and functionality at reasonable prices. If you have a bike, it takes 5 minutes from our building to Shinjuku Gyoen, 15 minutes to Meiji Shrine, 20 minutes to Yoyogi Park, and 15 minutes to the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building! The city of Shinjuku is always crowded, but if you ride a motorcycle and feel the wind, it will surely be a different sightseeing.
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INBOUND LEAGUEは、小田急グループのUDSが運営する複合施設です。 インバウンドをテーマとした当館では、1階に観光案内所を構え、ローカルの魅力を伝えられるようなイベントの企画や、ツアー情報の提供を行っています。
大都会として知られている新宿ですが、周辺には自然と共存している観光名所がいくつも点在しています。 東京都内での観光地として大変人気なスポットですので、是非体験してみてください。 ご利用をお待ちしております!

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