Why don’t you enjoy Azalea flowers at the Japanese garden of the imperial palace east garden?
I’m Nobu, I like traveling overseas and in Japan, visited 25 countries. I’ve got the license of the certificate English guide in Japan for 8 years.
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Imperial Palace east garden
I went to the Imperial Palace east garden.
This garden is the only part of the Imperial Palace that is open to the public.
Originally, in the Edo period (1603-1868), it was the location of the central part of the Edo Castle (Honmaru, Ninomaru, and Minomaru, these were headquarters ).
There are stone base of the castle tower that existed in the Edo Period, although it is not there now.
The stonewalls that surrounded the Edo Castle in order to keep out the outside enemies are still there.
These are massive and you could guess how was the battle like .
The area where Ninomaru headquarter was changes as a Japanese garden called Ninomaru Garden now.
In this quiet garden, azalea flowers are blooming beautifully.
There is a place to take a rest surrounded by azaleas, where you can spend a quiet time.
People often take a break and relax there.
There is also a pond and a waterfall next to it, making it hard to believe that the garden is only 10 minutes away from Tokyo Station.
There are also other flowers around the waterfall.
There is also a tea ceremony room in the Ninomaru Garden, which can only be seen from the outside.
Why don’t you come and enjoy the azalea flowers in Ninomaru Garden in the East Gardens of the Imperial Palace?
You will surprise the contrast against busy Tokyo station.
I’m Nobu, one heart enjoy together!!!