Shinjuku TOHO Building

Shinjuku TOHO Building
Voice Guide of Spot Introduction
Page last updated: Jun, 12, 2020
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Jason Surguine

The Shinjuku Toho Building was built in the spring of 2015 on the former site of the Shinjuku Koma Theater, which was once a famous landmark of Kabukicho.
It is a 130 meters tall and 31 stories high complex, housing the Toho Cinemas Shinjuku, Shinjuku Hotel, Hotel Gracery, shops, restaurants and other amusement facilities. The "Godzilla Head" installed on the outdoor terrace of the 8th floor is life size and towers over the pedestrians below. This display now has become a symbol of Kabukicho.
The Godzilla Head even roars at certain times and is said to be quite impressive. TOHO Cinemas Shinjuku has the 4D theater “MX4D®” that lets you experience the latest technology in movie watching. Not only do the seats move according to the scene, you can also experience the wind and smells; it might even feel like something is touching your neck. This realistic experience will place you deeper into the story. Perhaps the world of the cinema today has shifted to engaging all five senses, rather than just one.

Information of Spot Detail


1-19-1 Kabukicho, Shinjuku-Ku, Tokyo, Japan

Spot Types

Theatres/Concerts,shopping complex ,Hotels

Business Hours

Varies by shop

Regular Holiday

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Varies by shop


・ 5 minute walk from JR "Shinjuku Station" East Exit
・ 3 minute walk from Seibu "Shinjuku Station"

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