Location

Five minutes by foot from Exit 3 of Gaiemmae Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line.

This fantastic location is roughly 12 minutes by foot from stations on the Toei Oedo and Chuo-Sobu Lines. It's also right by the New National Stadium that will be completed in 2019.

Using taxi/car navigation systems

Entering "Nippon Seinenkan Hotel" into the system may bring up the old location. Please enter the address or tell the taxi driver that the hotel is next to Jingu Stadium.

Address: 4-1 Kasumigaoka-machi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo

Five-minute walk from Exit 3 of Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)

By train

Five-minute walk from Exit 3 of Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line)
10-minute walk from Exit A2 of Kokuritsu-kyogijo Station (Toei Oedo Line)
12-minute walk from Sendagaya Station (JR Chuo-Sobu Line) (local)
12-minute walk from Shinanomachi Station (JR Chuo-Sobu Line) (local)

By car (Shuto Expressway)

Take the Gaien Exit (Shuto Expressway Route 4 Shinjuku Line)

From the airport

Keikyu Airport Line Airport Limited Express to Shimbashi Station (Toei Asakusa Line) (25 minutes) -> Shimbashi Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Gaiemmae Station (nine minutes)
(Approx. 40 minutes)
Keisei Ueno Station (Keisei Skyliner) (55 minutes) -> Ueno Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Gaiemmae Station (22 minutes)
(Approx. one hour, 10 minutes)

Parking lots

The hotel building has parking lots on the B1 and B2 floors owned by the Japan Sport Council. Hotel guests may use these parking lots according to the Japan Sport Council’s terms of use and the conditions below.

[Price]
7:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.: 400 yen/30 minutes (up to 2,400 yen during this time slot)
11:00 p.m. – 7:00 a.m.: 200 yen/60 minutes (up to 1,000 yen during this time slot)
*The maximum price for a one-night stay is 5,800 yen

*No discounts are given to staying guests.
*These parking lots are not owned by the hotel.
*No minibuses or large buses are allowed.
*The maximum height is 2.4 meters.

Sightseeing

Fantastic access to popular areas and sightseeing spots

Popular areas

Shibuya Station

Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Shibuya Station (approx. four minutes)

Asakusa Station

Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Asakusa Station (approx. 30 minutes)

Ginza Station

Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Ginza Station (approx. 10 minutes)

Tokyo Station

Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Akasaka-mitsuke Station (approx. four minutes) -> Transfer to the Marunouchi Line -> Tokyo Station (approx. nine minutes)

Shinjuku Station

Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Shibuya Station (approx. three minutes) -> Transfer to the JR Yamanote Line -> Shinjuku Station (approx. three minutes)

Omotesando area

Approx. 15 minutes by foot, or Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Omotesando Station (approx. one minute)

Harajuku area

Approx. 20 minutes by foot, or Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Omotesando Station (approx. one minute) -> Transfer to the Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line -> Meiji-jingumae Station (approx. one minute)

Sightseeing spots

Tokyo Skytree

The observation floor is popular on weekdays and weekends alike.
Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Aoyama-itchome Station (approx. one minute) -> Transfer to the Hanzomon Line -> Oshiage Station (approx. 27 minutes)

Tokyo Disney Resort

Disneyland and Disney Sea
Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Kyobashi Station (approx. 13 minutes) -> Walk -> Tokyo Station (Keiyo Line) -> Maihama Station (approx. 16 minutes)

Tsukiji Market

Enjoy Japan's food culture at this lively, delicious market.
Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Aoyama-itchome Station (approx. one minute) -> Transfer to the Toei Oedo Line -> Tsukijishijo Station (approx. 14 minutes)

Meiji Jingu

Approx. 20 minutes by foot. Experience traditional Japanese culture, including spring and autumn festivals, horseback archery, Noh, and Kyogen.

Meijijingu Gaien

Located within walking distance from the hotel, Meijijingu Gaien is home to the Meiji Memorial Picture Gallery and sports facilities. Enjoy the natural world in all four seasons, including the line of gingko trees that is particularly beautiful in December.

State Guest House

This guest house was built as a place to welcome foreign rulers, prime ministers, and other honored guests. The Akasaka Palace is also open to the general public.

Sports facilities

Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium

Approx. 12 minutes by foot/approx. four minutes by taxi.

Jingu Stadium

Across from the hotel

Tokyo Dome

Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Akasaka-mitsuke Station (approx. four minutes) -> Korakuen Station (Marunouchi Line) (approx. 18 minutes) -> Walk

Yoyogi National Gymnasium

Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Omotesando Station (approx. one minute) -> Walk -> Omotesando Station (Chiyoda Line) -> Meiji-jingumae 'Harajuku' Station (approx. one minute) -> Walk

Prince Chichibu Memorial Rugby Stadium

Five-minute walk from the hotel

New National Stadium

Next to the hotel (will be completed in November 2019)

Cultural facilities

Nippon Seinen-kan Hall

Located inside the hotel, this facility holds Takarazuka Revue performances, as well as various types of concerts and plays, throughout the year.

NHK Hall

Approx. 10 minutes by taxi. This facility holds a wide range of events including concerts, classical theater, lectures, and international conferences.

National Noh Theatre

This Noh theater is run by the Japan Arts Council. In addition to performances, it also puts on a range of events including lectures and exhibitions.

Tokyo Shogi Hall

This hall can be used for school field trips, study trips, educational tours, etc. Please inquire for details.

Tokyo International Forum

This convention and art center holds a wide range of events throughout the year.
Gaiemmae Station (Tokyo Metro Ginza Line) -> Shimbashi Station (approx. 10 minutes) -> Transfer to the JR Yamanote Line -> Yurakucho Station (approx. two minutes)