Shinjuku Train Station on Acrylic Fridge Magnet
The acrylic fridge magnet displays a gorgeous night time view of the Shinjuku Train Station located in Tokyo, Japan. This station is one of the primary attractions of Tokyo and connects the railway traffic of central Tokyo with suburbs located on its western side. The Shinjuku Train Station has around thirty six platforms and an arcade built underground with more than two hundred exits. It is an extremely busy railway station in Tokyo and by 2007, around 3.64 million people on average used this station every day.
More Info about the Shinjuku Train Station
The Shinjuku Train Station comprises of seven island platforms located on the ground floor that lie on a north to south axis and are linked with 2 underground as well as 2 overhead courtyards. All its terminals stay busy 24/7 and are especially jam-packed with people during the noon and evening. Vending machines are installed on almost every terminal of the station. It is not only the busiest station of the city but is also ranked amongst the busiest stations in the entire world. Tourists are also attracted towards the station because of its architecture and also because it is linked with many other tourist destinations.
Railway Systems that serve the Station
In JR East, the Shinjuku Train Station is served by Chuo Main Line, Yamanote Line, Chuo Sobu Line, Saikyo Line, Chuo Rapid Line and Shonan-Shinjuku Line. The Odakyu Electric Railway is served by the Odakyu Odawara Line; the Keio Corporation is served by the Keio New Line and Keio Line; the Toei Subway is served by the Toei Oedo Line, Toei Shinjuku Line and the Tokyo Metro is served by the Marunouchi Line. All the trains are of good quality and consist of a comfortable environment to ensure that the passengers have a nice ride.