Nishi Shinjuku is located in almost the geographical center of metropolitan Tokyo, and when the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Offices moved there in 1991, it became the business and cultural center of Tokyo as well. Shinjuku Station serves more passengers than any other train station in Japan, and the more than 20 skyscrapers clustered in Nishi Shinjuku make it one of Japan's leading business areas, on par with the famed Marunouchi district across town.
The Shinjuku Park Tower is located right at the heart of Tokyo's business, greenery and cultural districts.
Nearby are the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Offices, the spectacular new symbol of the city, Shinjuku Central Park, Tokyo Opera City, and the New National Theater Tokyo. Like its surroundings, Shinjuku Park Tower is a compound of cultural and commercial services__one built vertically rather than horizontally.
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