Way to get to Tokyo Baha'i Center
Fifteen-minute walk from a subway station; Higashi-Shinjuku Station on Oedo Line
Just an endeavor to assist you in case you feel insecure about getting to a new place by yourself by public transportation.
|1||This is where you give your ticket away. You see a map across the hall from the machines. If I use the map to show where the Baha'i Center is, it will look like the picture no. 2 on the right.||2||As you can guess from the map, the way to the Center is rather simple.|
|3||Please walk to the exit "A2" to go up to the ground.||4||
|You can use the elevator to go up if you want.||6|
|It looks like this when you come out to the ground (as of February 2002).||7||Walk to the left.||8||9||You keep walking along the road until you hit the intersection called "Nukebenten" <抜弁天（ぬけべんてん）>.|
|10||You see a fire department building across the road. You will see the following sign on the road. Keep going.||11||12||You see a convenience shop across the road.||13|
|You walk uphill here. (When you have climbed up, you hit the intersection "Nukebenten".)||14||15||16|
|The right part of the picture 18 is the intersection.
19. You see a little temple on your left as you walk.
|You also see a pharmacy.||20||Please turn left when you have come to the end of the building which contains the pharmacy.||21|
 After walking about 20 meters, you will see a pole with a sign that
says, "Baha'i Center" both in English and Japanese.
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[25-27] Please make a turn at the first alley on your right.
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[28-29] The second building from the corner is the national Haziratu'l-Quds, usually called the "Tokyo Baha'i Center". It is in white color, and the entrance clearly shows its name in English and Japanese. Welcome!!!
[30-31] Just a few extra views of the Baha'i Center from the other side. Limited parking space on the left, facing the Center from the road.