Shinjuku Rail Yards


This print features a dynamic cityscape of Tokyo’s Shinjuku rail yards during the day. Taken in 2018, it showcases one of Tokyo’s busiest districts. In the foreground, a taxi passing and a person on crutches can be seen, adding a human element to the bustling city scene. Meanwhile, in the midground, a train passes by, emphasizing the fast-paced nature of Tokyo’s transportation system. And in the background, towering skyscrapers stand as a testament to the city’s modernity and progress.

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Shinjuku-ku, meaning “New Inn Ward,” is a special ward situated in Tokyo, Japan. It serves as a significant commercial and administrative hub, accommodating the northern half of the world’s busiest railway station, Shinjuku Station, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building, which acts as the administration center for the Tokyo government.