Here is Shinjuku O-Guard,Shinjuku,Tokyo,Japan.
In Japanese “新宿大ガード”.It means Shinjuku large guard.
I don’t know why but elevated railway is called “guard” in Japanese.
So 新宿大ガード means Shinjuku large elevated railway.
Here is very near from The Sompo Japan Nipponkowa Building.
If you are on Shintoshin-hodoukyou,you have only to look back.
You’ll find this scenery.
Buildings are Kabukicho. One of the largest night spot of Japan.
There is Shinjuku Station east entrance area.
So many flashy neon signs.
This road has heavy traffic.
Front part of Shinjuku O-Guard is Omekaido street.
And opposite side of Shinjuku O-Guard is Yasukunidori street.
Both are large roads and connected directly,so traffic is so heavy.
I took these photos from Shintoshin-hodoukyou.
I’m sorry for no variation.
In next article, I’ll be close to Shinjuku O-Guard!
Shinjuku Station / Many lines
(Shinjuku is huge station. Easy to access.)
Nishiguchi (means West Entrance)
Shinjuku Station West Entrance Area