The Imperial Palace of Japan is the residence of the Emperor. It is located in the center of Tokyo, but it is quiet. General visitors can't enter the Imperial Palace without a reservation, but the outer square and Dong Yu Yuan are open to the public. Different from the majesty of the Imperial Palace white wall and the palace gate, the square opening and the royal garden have elegant scenery and have become a place for locals and tourists to rest. Arriving here in the morning, you will see many people running around the Imperial Palace, which is the running place in Tokyo. If you are tired, you can sit on the square at will, feed the pigeons, and you will not be leisurely.
Tokyo Imperial palace has a beautifully maintained gardens and an easy stroll around Good Skyline views of the city The Palace is off limits to the public, but the park is awesome and open to the public for free. #wintergetaway
The current Imperial Palace is located on the former site of Edo Castle, a large park area surrounded by moats and massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo, a short walk from Tokyo Station. It is the residence of Japan's Imperial Family. #wintergetaway
The Imperial Palace has a large lawn and pine cypress, and the father and mother immediately rushed to take pictures. I and Candy went all the way to the double bridge. The
double bridge is in front of the main entrance of the Imperial Palace and is only used when the Emperor holds a grand ceremony. It is also a symbol of the Imperial Palace. In the early years, due to the depth of the moat, the old iron bridge was lower, so another bridge was built on the bridge, hence the name "double bridge." The setting sun sprinkles on the double bridge, dyeing the roof of the royal residence in the distance into gold, which is beautiful.
Walking along the moat of the Imperial Palace's faade, locals who are constantly jogging and exercising. The sun sets, the cherry blossoms, the white walls, the shimmering, the white swan, and the leisurely recreation of the white swan, but the water is separated from the bustling hustle and bustle of Chiyoda. far. Passing through the door, the bellflower door, the big hand door, the Pingchuan door, either the door is locked, or the defense is strict, after all, the Emperor of the DPRK lived here. The Imperial Palace is not a completely forbidden place. It is possible to enter the tour in advance, but we are not interested in the human landscape.
When you turn to Qiansuoyuan, you pass by Beizhimao Park. The time is too late and you have a hard time to enter the park. The sky is getting darker. Under the faint yellow streetlight, the pink cherry blossoms become white and clear. The wind, the petals fall, stepping on the ground, and finally knowing that this "sakura capital" is not a vain name.