Our Tokyo: Inui St Imperial Palace Experience
Once in a year, Inui St Imperial palace of Tokyo Japan is opening its gate to all those who want to take a glimpse of the beautiful view of sakura flower and had their eyes on the historical Palace. Many people are flocking to see the magnificent view of the castle. Imperial Palace is where the Primary residence of Emperor of Japan and the rest of the Imperial families, the main reason they need to close Inui street for most of the year. The Palace is like a large park area surrounded by massive stones with different kinds of beautiful trees in a vast, and the most famous bridge in Tokyo, Japan can see here.
For this year, Inui street, opened last March 30, 2019- April 7, 2019. Luckily, this year, the
My family and I arrived at around 10 in the morning. Long lines and a considerable number of people surprised us, but fortunately for our part, we did not join the long lines because we have kids and a senior citizen on our group. Yes, kids and older adults are given priority lane to enter the Palace. When you reach the gate, you will see the pile of mobile security cars, medical aid cars, and a group of a
They will need to check your bags for security purposes and smooth visiting. For the expectation of the crowd, please take note of the following tips: Don’t wear high-heeled shoes as the walks to the Palace may take up to more than 1 hour. Bring a stroller for small kids or baby
In general, we enjoyed the long walk, and we feasted our eyes to the beauty of cherry blossoms in every corner of the Palace. I recommend you to read on the history of the castle before you visit so you can also feel the enchanting beauty in it. This Palace is the right place to visit in the middle of Tokyo for people interested in history, culture, and beautiful nature other than shopping.
For those who want to check tourist activities and particular opening schedule of Inui street inside the Imperial Palace can head on their official websites, The Imperial Palace A