Imperial Palace in Tokyo, Japan
The Imperial Palace is the residence of the Emperor of Japan. Inside the vast area consists of a palace and many buildings. In the past, it was the site of Edo Castle. The palace was surrounded by a moat and towering stone walls. In addition, the Imperial Palace is also used as a venue for important ceremonies.
The beautiful nature of Japan is still well preserved in the Imperial Palace. In spring, full of cherry blossoms bloom And in the autumn you can see the beautiful brightly colored leaves changing In addition, at present “The Imperial Palace Running Course” is also a sacred path for runners.
For a visit to the Imperial Palace Can pre-register Or queue up to register in front of the palace on the day you wish to visit. Walking inside that Must see various buildings Including the palace that is stamped from the outside only In which a staff member must lead (Takes about 1 hour 15 minutes to walk all the way). During the walk, there will be a lecture service to introduce various information In Japanese There are also souvenir shops selling souvenirs that can only be bought in the Imperial Palace area to welcome for tourists.
Address: 1-1 Chiyoda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 100-8111, Japan
Day and time 2 times per day
- Morning session begins at 10:00 am
- Afternoon session begins at 1:30 pm (Limited to about 500 people per round)
Close Day: on Sundays, Mondays, and public holidays