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Tokyo Imperial Palace Ninomaru Gardens

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The Japanese garden of the Tokyo Imperial Palace can be found in the secondary circle of defense of the palace, the Ninomaru (second circle).

This is the place where the most important palace buildings once stood.

The Edo castle was the residence of the shoguns of the Tokugawa shogunate between 1603 and 1867, but also the Meiji emperor resided here before moving to the Imperial Palace "next door".

The gardens of the Imperial Palace are only open to the public on New Years Day and the Emperor's birthday (December 23).


Contents:

Introduction

History

Highlights

Wall building types

How to visit

Anikas Impressions

Around the Imperial Palace

14 pages full of information about the Ninomaru Garden

32 pictures of the garden

PDF 47MB

mobi 13MB

The eBook is delivered as PDF and mobi as a small present.

$4.95

Tokyo Imperial Palace Ninomaru Gardens

The Japanese garden of the Tokyo Imperial Palace can be found in the secondary circle of defense of the palace, the Ninomaru (second circle).

This is the place where the most important palace buildings once stood.

The Edo castle was the residence of the shoguns of the Tokugawa shogunate between 1603 and 1867, but also the Meiji emperor resided here before moving to the Imperial Palace "next door".

The gardens of the Imperial Palace are only open to the public on New Years Day and the Emperor's birthday (December 23).


Contents:

Introduction

History

Highlights

Wall building types

How to visit

Anikas Impressions

Around the Imperial Palace

14 pages full of information about the Ninomaru Garden

32 pictures of the garden

PDF 47MB

mobi 13MB

The eBook is delivered as PDF and mobi as a small present.

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