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Two-tiered Bridge (Ni-ju Bashi), Chiyoda

3.7
#36 of 523 in Historic Sites in Tokyo
Bridge Historic Site
Reportedly the most photogenic place of the Imperial Palace, Two-tiered Bridge (Ni-ju Bashi) attracts both local and foreign photo enthusiasts. Built in a well-kept park and spanning a moat, this popular symbol of old Japanese architecture stands as close to the palace as visitors can get. Lit with streetlights at night, you can capture its reflection in the still water at night. It is popular with the locals, not as much with foreigners. Arrange to visit Two-tiered Bridge (Ni-ju Bashi) and other attractions in Tokyo using our Tokyo trip builder.
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4.2
  • Are crowded with foreign tourists. You can't cross the bridge taking photos from the sleeve.
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  • That's where the glasses bridge in the heart of the famous turned out to Tokyo and in 1 hour 30 minutes from Hibiya station jammed I seemed closer to a
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  • Not that many people to associate the double bridge and the Imperial Palace? Back to celebrate the double arch stone bridge Memorial first came to Tokyo, photos. Double bridge during the day of the bridge is far closer. Cherry blossom season can enjoy cherry blossoms back to moat.
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  • Nice view of palace bridge. Feel greenish everywhere.
  • Good place to take a rest . Good view , but to many Tourist..
  • It took a while to get there coz I mess up with imperial palace which obviously lead me to another line and exit orzz got assisyany from one of Japanese uncle who can't speak any of English eventually reach there I was shocked while getting out of the station the view is good such like huge garden in centre of the city good good
  • Good for a relaxing walk around. It's nice that there are staff patrolling to ensure that the area remains clean and safe.
  • There isnt too much to see here, but the bridge is nice and if youre around the area you might as well drop by and see it, it definitely has a lot of traditional architecture and the stone wall and moat are nice to see too.

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