- Address: Japan, 〒160-0023 Tokyo, Shinjuku, Nishishinjuku, 6−5
- Ticket Price: Free
- Tags: Landmark, Statue, Family And Kids
The Love Statue is an iconic landmark in the location of Shinjuku. It is not only a mere landmark but a sign that tourists love to have a closer look at. Those who pass by this statue, often click photographs with it. Tourists, especially the newlyweds and couples love to take photographs keeping the very statue as a backdrop. The statue is large and painted in vibrant red. Hence, you can easily locate it from a good distance. Come and witness the statue that expresses nothing but love.
- Subway service Marunouchi Line to stop - Nishi-Shinjuku Station
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As a Philadelphia native, it was a surreal moment to spot the LOVE sculpture in Tokyo, Japan! This is an identical reproduction of Robert Indiana's iconic LOVE sculpture which overlooks the John F. Kennedy Plaza (nicknamed and referred to by most as Love Park) in Center City, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
It’s one of those places in Tokyo where every tourist seem to go. However, it was surprisingly quiet when I was there. Good place to take a photo and look at tall buildings if you enjoy architecture!
Nice sculpture. This is where I was picked up for my Mount Fuji tour.
Same as all the other ones.. not sure how or why someone would review this. Lol
Good photo-spot near Shinjuku government metropolitan building.