Traveling to Japan, this stop came to Tokyo. There is an attraction in Tokyo’s Chiyoda District-the Imperial Palace. This is the residence of the 122nd Emperor Meiji in Japan. The Imperial Palace is also called Miyagi. Free entry to the park. The Niju Bridge is a bridge with two large holes outside the Imperial Palace. The bridge is not long, and it feels more purposeful for decoration. Slowly approaching the Imperial Palace, separated by a moat, connected to the entrance and exit, but of course there are also railings, visitors can only go to the place outside the railing to take pictures.
There are not many people in the morning, the beautiful and exquisite Japanese gardens are beautiful, you can stroll for 3-4 hours, and you can take pictures everywhere, but there seems to be no tour group coming in. I entered through the gate on the bridge and walked around. After coming out, we arrived at the Imperial Palace’s outer garden, and the square was full of tour groups.
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).
Beautiful Japanese architecture. Peaceful atmosphere amongst a concrete jungle.