Imperial Palace East Gardens (The Sakura Guide)

The Spot

The Imperial Palace East Gardens are in fact part of the inner palace itself and open all year long to the public, with the exception of few special days. As such, these gardens are well-kept and only open during the daytime. While there are not as many sakura trees as there are in other places, the Imperial Palace East Gardens still offer an opportunity to anyone interested in grabbing a few nice shots in gardens that used to surround the former Edo Castle.

Access Info

Station : Otemachi (Chiyoda, Hanzomon, Marunouchi, Mita & Tozai Lines)
Entrance Fees : Free
Opening hours : 09:00 to 16:30
except every Mondays, Fridays and from Dec 28 to Jan 3.

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Imperial Palace East Gardens (The Sakura Guide)

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