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Tokyo, Shinjuku, Mosaic Street (モザイク通り)

In Tokyo’s Shinjuku, you can find various places to explore, and one of the places worth a brief visit is “Mosaic Street (モザイク通り).” This is a small alley located to the west of Shinjuku Station, and its distinctive feature is the ceiling adorned with chandeliers.

While it may not be a place you intentionally seek out due to its short length, if you happen to be in the vicinity, it’s a spot worth dropping by for a quick visit.

“The Brief Mosaic Street”

Mosaic Street is not very long, making it a short stretch of the alley. It’s a place where you can easily visit and take a commemorative photo or two. Particularly recommended for an evening visit due to the chandelier decorations, which are more enchanting during that time.

“A Casual Visit to Mosaic Street”

During our visit, my group happened to be near Shinjuku Station, so we decided to stop by Mosaic Street. Although it didn’t leave a profound impression, it’s a place near Shinjuku Station that you can casually visit.

“Japan, Tokyo, Shinjuku, Mosaic Street (モザイク通り)”