The Imperial Palace Garden is made up of outer parts of the Imperial Garden including the area in front of the palace and the moat surrounding it. Aside from the widespread garden, cherry blossom trees and the Nijubashi Bridge, which is a designated Japanese historical architectural structure, can also be seen here.

 

A part of the original imperial gardens was made open to the public in April 1949. This park is now what is currently known as the Imperial Palace Garden, as well as the Kitanomaru Garden at the northern side of the palace and the 12 moats surrounding the palace grounds.

 

 

 

JR Tokyo Station
徒歩
Around 10 minutes
Nijubashi-mae Station (Chiyoda Line)
徒歩
Around 3 minutes
Hibiya Station (Hibiya Line)
徒歩
Around 5 minutes
Business hours and holidays: 

Open 24/7 whole-year round

Fee/price: 

Free admission

Others: 

Homepage (Japanese only)  

Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
100-0002
Phone03-3213-0095

 

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