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YOU injapan. Do you need a Japan Rail Pass? Inside Japan Holidays and festivities Traditional arts Japanese language. Named after a kabuki theater that was planned after the war but never built, the red light district of Kabukicho has the wildest nightlife of Shinjuku , of Tokyo and the whole of Japan. Any foreign tourist cannot fail to be fascinated by a stroll through the streets of Kabukicho.
Do not expect a museum full of exhibits of historical value, it is a fairly limited private collection made up mostly of reproductions, not of originals, although very accurate. The museum is designed for foreign tourists, attracted by that "legendary" world of samurai perhaps seen in some movies. To be clear, it is not a museum for archaeologists and you will hardly encounter Japanese visitors inside. The ticket price is incredibly expensive for the Japanese average, and the museum itself is quite small.
However, the ticket includes a guided tour in English , the opportunity to wear a samurai armor and take a picture, the opportunity to watch a short katana show. In other words, if you see it as an attraction to spend an hour and maybe even learn something about the history of the Japanese Middle Ages, it's an interesting place to visit. If you prefer a classic "boring" museum, full of priceless artifacts, better go to one of the history museums of Ueno.
Samurai Museum credits. Giant Godzilla head Walking the streets of Kabukicho, look up from time to time. Sooner or later you will notice a big head of Godzilla on the roof of a building.
The building houses a cinema Toho Cinemas in the first floors, and then a hotel Hotel Gracery Shinjuku. If you want to see Godzilla more closely you can go up to the eighth floor and go to the terrace. It is not clear whether the terrace is reserved only for hotel guests or is public.