In the area of Shinjuku, one of Tokyo's busiest areas, the city's government building is located here and, very high up, there are two towers, one northern and one southern, which offer for free, one of the best views of the city. You'll see if you prefer to go during the day or night. The truth is it is worth going to visit especially because you don't have to pay. You can't help but go see this enormous city from the heavens.
The City Hall of Ikoma, is just 5 minutes walk from the Ikoma station. Here, as in any municipality, we find the offices that deal with all administrative problems Ikoma city, and if we come to live here this is where we have to do all the paper work and documentation. This council acts as a "council" as it covers many locations. There is also a teaching area where they do workshops and classes such as Japanese for foreigners as well as an industrial promotion department for domestic and foreign companies that want to move here.