Hawaii Mom Blog: Visit Tokyo: East Gardens of The Imperial Palace




June 5, 2017

Visit Tokyo: East Gardens of The Imperial Palace

The Imperial Palace is one of my favorite places in Tokyo to take photos.  The moat surrounding the grounds creates such stunning pictures, and when the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, the area just beckons photographers!

During our visit to Tokyo, we toured the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace.  It's a free tour that takes you to see different structures, as well as beautiful plants and trees (cherry blossoms had just begun to bloom while we were there).  We had only enough time for a quick stroll through the East Gardens, but it was a nice way to spend the morning!

Ote-mon Gate
Doshin-bansho Guardhouse
Hyakunin-bansho Guardhouse

Enshudai (Tenshukaku  Donjon Base)

Remains of the Tenshukaku Donjon
Honmaru Oshibafu (Lawn)

Wall of Shiomi-zaka Slope

Hakucho-bori Moat

The Imperial Palace
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