Shinjuku Station is an underground dungeon. Do you know the real Shinjuku Station?

Shinjuku Station is a very complex and vast place, because JR Shinjuku Station is connected underground to Shinjuku Stations of all nearby lines, subways and private railways. Shinjuku Station is an underground dungeon.
Exploring Shinjuku Station underground can be a very interesting attraction. The main JR Shinjuku Station is connected to a total of 12 other stations, and the number of passengers is a massive 3.5 million per day. Even as a Japanese, I am amazed that the trains can operate without delay even with such a large number of passengers.
Incidentally, the world’s top 10 stations in terms of daily passengers are all in Japan!
Ranking of the number of passengers by station in the world
1st. Japan / Shinjuku Station from JApan
2nd. Japan / Shibuya Station
3rd. Japan / Ikebukuro Station
4th. Japan / Umeda Station
5th. Japan / okohama Station
6th. Japan / Kitasenju Station
7th. Japan / Tokyo Station
8th. Japan / Nagoya Station
9th. Japan / Shinagawa Station
10th. Japan / Takadanobaba Station

One thought on “Shinjuku Station is an underground dungeon. Do you know the real Shinjuku Station?

  1. Shinjuku Station is convenient, but rush hour is very crowded. Rush hour in midsummer is tough! And anyway, it is so wide that even Japanese people get lost.

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