The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace

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  • Address: Japan, Yubinbango100-0001 Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Chiyoda 1-1
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  • Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +81-332131111
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Garden, Leisure, Family And Kids

The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace - Review

The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace as the name suggests are picturesque gardens that you can visit while you are in the city. The destination is known for its charming location and beautifully maintained gardens. A quiet place that offers peace, serenity and tranquillity is what the destination is all about. The Edo castle associated with it was the residence of Tokugawa Shogun who ruled over the country from 1868 to 1888.

The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace Hours

  • Admission ends 30 minutes before closing.
  • Closed on some special occasions. If Monday or Friday is a national holiday, the gardens are closed on the following day instead.

How To reach The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace by Public Transport

  • Take a taxi or rental to the location.

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TripHobo Highlights for The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace

  • The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace Address: Japan, Yubinbango100-0001 Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Chiyoda 1-1
  • The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace Contact Number: +81-332131111
  • The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace Timing: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace Price: Free
  • Best time to visit The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace(preferred time): 09:00 am - 02:30 pm
  • Time required to visit The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace: 02:00 Hrs
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Things to Know Before Visiting The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace

  • 2.67% of people who visit Tokyo include The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace in their plan

  • 42.86% of people start their The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace visit around 09 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace

Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace

People normally club together Tokyo Imperial Palace and Kyu Iwasaki-teiteien while planning their visit to The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace.

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The East Gardens Of The Imperial Palace, Tokyo Reviews

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  • Admission is free, and the gardens are very nice. I particularly liked the contrast of seeing the traditional buildings with the skyscrapers outside as a backdrop. We visited on a monday in May, before lunch. While there were a fair number of people inside the gardens, there wasn't a long line to enter. Like most places in Japan, there is a security check to go through before entering, but it was very quick.

  • This is the loveliest part of the Imperial Palace grounds, and it doesn't meet with expectation. Very disappointing. I think every Japanese garden in the US that I have visited is nicer than this.

  • Very calm little garden next to the imperial Palace. Not many tourists. Definitely good for photos.

  • The gardens are beautiful to visit, and provide a wonderful contrast to the surrounding city. The entrances provide a beautiful photo opportunity, definitely give yourself some time to stroll around and explore the entire area. It's free to access, though I don't think it's open every day so make sure you check ahead. The bold stone walls, nice gravel paths, and beautifully manicured gardens and lawns really make you feel like you've been transported out of modern Tokyo.

  • Very calm and peaceful place to spend your time. It is not usually crowded. Admission is free. You can easily spend hours walking around and exploring the gardens , the different sections and see the remnants of the Edo period. It easily took me two hours to walk around the entire garden. They have AC rest rooms available around the garden to rest. It is a beautiful place to spend your time away from the hustle of the city. Must visit place. It is a ten minute walk away from the tokyo station.

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