Toshogu shrine was erected in 1651, and dedicated to Tokugawa Ieyasu, the founder of Tokugawa shogunate. This cultural property in Tokyo was under construction for almost five years, but it's scheduled to finish in December, so you can visit and see its "renewed golden body" in 2014.
If you're living in Tokyo, I highly recommend you visit here as Hatsumode (初詣, or new year worship).
This police box in Shinjuku always makes me laugh. Everything's funny when you're drunk, and actually I was drunk at that time, but it always looks like the police box is owned by Louis Vuitton.
This building is called Keio Frente (京王フレンテ), by the way.