DescriptionThe Tokyo Imperial Palace is the primary residence of the Emperor of Japan. It is a large park-like area located in the Chiyoda ward of Tokyo and contains buildings including the main palace, the private residences of the Imperial Family, an archive, museums and administrative offices. it’s easy to access from Tokyo Station (Marunouchi Exit).
Usually everyone is around the palace, that is, outside the garden to see the double bridge is over, in fact, the interior can also be visited. Previously, the online booking was full and helpless, so I thought I would take a walk around it. When I got to the entrance of Dongyuyuan, an uncle asked me if I wanted to queue up. It was really a pie falling from the sky. So I went from disappointment to surprise to visit the inner wall of the palace. Along the way, Tianshouge Pavilion, Songzhi Pagoda, Changhe Hall, Main Gate Stone Bridge, Fujian. It is said that the road leading to the palace area, the front stone is said to be produced in Fujian Province, after the resumption of diplomatic relations between China and Japan, the Chinese government as a national gift to the Japanese Royal family. In ancient times, in order to protect the general from the attack of the Ninja Legion, gravel roads were paved around Edo City, so that even the most powerful Ninja could not walk silently without being found. The whole Eastern Royal Garden gives people a feeling of simplicity, which is incomparable with those splendid palaces in Europe. Naturally, there are fewer stories about the back palace.
Tokyo imperial residence is still quite good! Listen to friends say that Huangju Inner Court can be booked to visit it! __________ It's not easy to get in and visit! The Emperor's family of Japan lives in it! This used to be the residence of General Tokugawa Shogunate. After the fall of the shogunate, the emperor moved from Kyoto to Tokyo, which became the palace. Although it is not as big as the Forbidden City, it still has its own characteristics. The interior of the imperial residence is very beautiful, quiet and solemn. You can feel the atmosphere of the place where the imperial family lives and works in Japan from a close distance! ________ Especially those who like Japanese palace architecture and history, it is suggested to visit them! ___________ Their ancient buildings are light and elegant in colour, unlike Chinese palaces, which are brilliant in colour. An advance reservation is required for the visit to the imperial residence. Generally, Sunday and Monday are not open. There are two visits every day, at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. Reservations for the next month will be opened at the beginning of each month. Due to the limited number of visitors, it is generally recommended to make an appointment about one month in advance, which may not be available later. I made an appointment through Moubao, and friends who need it can search for the shop name Soul on Journey. They seem to have Japanese partners and other appointment channels. When the appointment is successful, there will be a confirmation of the appointment. When you visit, you can go in with the confirmation of the appointment. At present, according to the explanatory language, they will be divided into three groups: Japanese, English and Chinese. After entering the Platycodon grandiflorum Gate, they will sit in an indoor first, they will make a brief introduction to the visit, the whole process of preparation is very meticulous, each scenic spot will be very carefully explained, the whole visit lasts about an hour or more. After the visit, you can also browse in the Outer Plaza of Huangju and Dongyuyuan. It is suggested that the time for the visit be about 4 hours. It's hard to imagine the surroundings near the imperial residence as the center of Tokyo. It's like a big park, which is very suitable for relaxation. Traffic is also very convenient here. Take the subway to the station in front of the Dual Bridge, and then walk over for about 5 minutes. Don't miss the trip to Tokyo!
Outside the imperial residence, the most noticeable is thousands of black pine trees, each of which is delicately trimmed, like a gentleman's elegant demeanor, people enter as if they entered a group of gentlemen's forest, automatically slowing down, straightening their waist poles, like a gentleman's solemn walk. The biggest characteristic of the shaking house is that although it can't be accessed inside, he has no wall and surrounds the moat. The whole imperial residence is a lush park for the citizens. You can see these scenic spots on the roadside. Every photo taken is also a scenic spot. This is the relationship between Japanese royalty and ordinary people: because of dignity and distance, but mutual respect and mutual correspondence, not many countries, the imperial residence to the world is only a high wall, two distant worlds. The whole wall of the imperial residence is simple and solemn, stepping on the sandy sand, filling a scene: late at night, the ancient ninja, the Oriental knife, the wind, electricity, light and flint, completed a fatal assassination. You can go shopping in Ginza Fire after visiting Huangju Park.
This week in Japan, I haven't had a good look at Cherry blossoms, because this week I went there, cherry blossoms all withered, only a week later! What a pity! Unexpectedly, when I came to the imperial residence, I saw a row of cherry blossoms in full bloom. It was very beautiful. Is it difficult not because it was the place where the royal family lived, so the cherry blossoms were very well maintained? Finally, I want to see the cherry blossom wish. Because of the early arrival, very few people, the environment is very good, with the husband and two people a crazy shoot, shoot the way to the direction of the double bridge, see a group of Thai team, who said that the quality of the Chinese people is poor? Comparing Thai people, they all took photos with cherry blossoms. I told my husband that when these people took photos, this cherry blossom would be abandoned. As I was walking, I was going to see Dual Bridge. It happened at this funny time. When my friends in Weixin group were discussing check-out, I totally ignored their words at first. Then I found out that they were wrong. It seems that I want to check out today. Ask me, I really want to check out. It's 9:30 now. The check-out time in Japan is 10 o'clock. What can I do about it? Head office colleagues said to hurry back immediately, she greeted others at 10:30 at the latest, I have already passed the day, so soon to see the double bridge, unexpectedly say 88! So although I went to Huangju Waiyuan, but did not see the double bridge, but also drunk, confused, faint!
The interior is usually inaccessible. The imperial residence is very large, but it is very simple. Basically, only trees can be seen. Tickets are free, but if you go in, tickets will be given to you, and if you go out, tickets will be taken away. At least one day after shopping. Summer is not suitable for playing. It's very hot. (Heatstroke accidentally.)
The imperial residence in Tokyo can only be seen in appearance. It is said that it is open for one or two days a year. There are moats around the imperial residence and pines on the square. The Japanese say that pines grow very well only in the imperial residence, and the survival rate in other places is very low. The most famous landscape outside the imperial residence is the Dual Bridge, the scenic spot that the tour group must go to. In fact, sitting quietly outside the imperial residence, as if in a large garden, is also a very pleasant thing.
The imperial residence is the place where the emperor of Japan lives. There is a moat outside. There are 3000 pines in it. It is one of the two green spaces in the city. We go in from the east gate and look at the double bridge far away. It is said that only two days of the year are limited. One is the birthday of the emperor and the other is the National Day of Japan. Now there is the square, where many local people have picnics and sports. It happened that I met the change of posts, but there was no special ceremony like the one I imagined. It was simple. So many stones on the ground are said to be anti-theft, because there is a sound when you step on them. There are two swans in the moat who have not been there for a long time.