The Emperor of Japan’s primary residence is the extraordinary Imperial Palace in Tokyo. Far more than just a single palace, the area is a sprawling park occupying a staggering amount of land in the heart of the city. Many of the outer gardens are open and free to the public, allowing you to stroll through green parks, admiring the water-filled moat and cherry trees all around you. In April, when cherry blossoms are in full bloom, this becomes one of the best spots in the city for photography. In the past, the Imperial Palace was known as Edo Castle, home to samurai warriors.
Let one of 24 Limousine's experienced Chauffeur's transport you to the Imperial Palace & fill you in on it's rich history on the way. We can then drop you back to your hotel when you are finished exploring this wonderful site.
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