Translated by Miki Takeshita
Fun! Fun! Fun! Enjoying the Sunshine60 Street
Written by Miki Takeshita
The Sunshine60 Street is the 400meters-long main street of Ikebukuro connecting the Station and the "Sunshine City"building. Same as the other big streets in Tokyo, it is crowded with stores for the youngs, gathering numerous people all the day.
First, something to eat?
This cafe "Milky Way" is popular among girls for its sweet menu. They offer 12 different types of parfeit in image of each constellation. The drink glass is also in the shape of a star. How cute!
There were other popular Japanese casual restaurants, so you won't have trouble finding your place to lunch.
Going crazy at the game center
You can visit one of the biggest game centers in Tokyo here. Various games are Purikura(*A peculiar photo booth for printing out stickers of your "prettier" face. You can decorate the stickers before printing out.) corners use up two whole floors, and you can choose from 150 different costumes for the photo-booth! Why not try out one? It will be one of the unforgettable moments in Tokyo, absolutely!
Relaxing time of Stellar Observation in middle of metropolis
This will be the terminal of the street, and the entrance of "Sunshince City" building. When this photo was shot, the KonikaMinolta Planetarium on top of this building was advertised on the screen. This planetarium runs seasonal programs by turns. Now it seems that a program in collaboration with Japanese popular singer "Ayaka" is on air. After being tired of playing around, finishing the day with star lights might sound great. Don't you think so?
Access:3 minutes walk from Ikebukuro Station(Japan Railway & Tokyo Metro)