The streetcar departing from Shinjuku was abolished in 1970. The site of the railway track was remodeled as "Shinjuku Promenade Park Four Seasons Pathway" in 1974. It is in "Top 30 verdant locations in Shinjuku".
The places in "Top 30 verdant locations in Shinjuku", which Shinjuku-ku announced in January, 1994, were selected based on whether people were attached to them, and out of places and facilities that had some sort of greenery in Shinjuku. "Shinjuku Promenade Park Four Seasons Pathway" is a street parallel to the street in front of Shinjuku City office. The place that used to be railway was reformed to mosaic pavement where there are various plants and flowers that make you feel four seasons. People passing by chill out here.
|Address||1-1, Kabukicho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo|
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