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The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin), Chiyoda
Categories: Castles, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
To escape the hustle of urban life in Tokyo, duck into The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin) and appreciate the serenity of this expansive public space. Once part of a Tokugawa shogun's palace grounds, the gardens are surrounded by a moat and contain carefully maintained Japanese maples and other plants, as well as several peaceful ponds and trails. Prepare to do a lot of walking, and seek out the original palace walls, which still stand within the gardens. With our custom trip planner, Tokyo attractions like The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin) can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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Beautiful garden with lush lawns, lots of trees and everywhere seemingly green. Very peaceful and tranquil but there isn't much to do... Lots of people followed the loop, including us and venture up a... read more »
Het is een erg mooi park. Het is een onderdeel van de complex waar de keizer woont. Een oase van rustig een drukke stadIt is a very nice park. It is part of the complex where the Emperor lives. An oasis of quiet a busy cityshow original
年に春と秋に一般公開され、乾門から中に入れますが、中に入らなくても紅葉と江戸城の対比はステキです。皇居の周辺を散策するだけでも何故か気持ちが安らぎますよ。Away during the years and published in the spring and fall, from the gate into the comparison of foliage and Edo Castle is beautiful. Even just walking around the Imperial Palace music feels somehow.show original
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