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Stunning gardens with a feel of Central Park, NYC with all the modern skyscrapers surrounding the gardens. Lots of cherry blossoms and maple trees. Not too big either so it’s doable in 90 mins or so at a leisurely pace.
This park is huge and beautiful. This park is not the entrance to the imperial palace. A good 2-4 hours is needed to explore the whole park. Wear sport shoes and pack lightly. Breathtaking views. Park is very clean. There are designated smoking areas too....More
Even on a wet and windy winter day, this gorgeous and peaceful garden in the middle of Tokyo exude charm and tranquil beauty rare in such a highly populated city! Apart from meticulously trimmed greenery and trees, there are water falls and ponds with Koi,...More
A visit to Japan should always include the East Gardens. Exceptionally and meticulously attended to. There is always something in peak for every season. The restrooms are tidy and clean. There are plenty of rest houses with machine refreshments. Thete is a free audio guide...More
The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace are one of Tokyo's greatest attractions and one of my favourite places in all Japan. I was disappointed at being unable to get into the palace proper but the gardens were a worthy substitute. There is lots to...More
We stretched our legs here after arriving in Tokyo. It was free and it was great to get to be in the open air. We did get to see some early blossom. We enjoyed the walk and views looking back on Chiyoda-Ku-Ku. The garden is...More
After reading of the Imperial Palace and its gardens, we were expecting more than what is on offer. Yes, the moat is impressive as are the defensive walls made up of huge stones but, unless we missed something, the gardens were not impressive. Nor was...More
I went here expecting to see the Imperial Palace that appears on all the online maps. But once you get there — no palace. Just some ruins and lots of dormant landscaping. Yes, it’s only early March but I expected to see more here. My...More
Ginza is famous for being a trendy hotspot, but it's also a downtown area with shops that were founded over a hundred years ago. Department stores and luxury boutiques line the route from Nihonbashi to Ginza. It's a long established tradition to shop and stroll while the road is closed to traffic. Luxury hotels, world class cuisine from talented chefs, and a collection of glitzy clubs will make this area popular
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The east gardens are free and you do not need to take a tour to get in. I think there is a small entrance fee. And the gardens are not open every day. Check with your hotel. I am sure they can tell you what days the... More
The east gardens are free and you do not need to take a tour to get in. I think there is a small entrance fee. And the gardens are not open every day. Check with your hotel. I am sure they can tell you what days the gardens are open