The beautiful garden from Imperial Palace where you can see several trees, flowers, buildings and if you are looking you can see samurais from the palace training.
About The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin)
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Can miss some in this big place, but don't miss the tower base (that of the main tower which was destroyed by fire in the 17th century; and yes that "base" can still be gone up to enjoy some views of the Garden below &...More
Very lovely part of town where you can enjoy some serenity in Tokyo. We visited in July so the trees hadn't turned yet, but I can imagine the sheer beauty of this place in Autumn.
We visited the gardens years ago in the spring when everything was blooming. This August visit was a disappointment. It was too hot and humid to be walking around the large garden area. The stone walls are impressive and worth a short visit, but other...More
We toured the gardens early in the morning. They were peaceful and pleasant, don't get me wrong. But we expected something a little more grand for the Imperial Palace. I realize Japanese gardens are pretty minimalistic, but we've seen other gardens in Japan (Kanazawa, for...More
It's beautiful and it's free, great to do on a sunny day! Make sure to see everything and learn a thing or two about Japanese History on your way around! A great find and you feel so peaceful here...a go and do it now!
A lovely little oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the city. The gardens are beautifully set out and a stroll around is definitely recommended. The fact that it is free is even better!
Enjoyed a morning walk through the nearby Imperial gardens. The grounds were beautiful--and it was interesting to see such a large green space in the middle of ametropolitan city. Slightly reminiscent of Central Park in NYC.