Enjoy walking and talking in the Imperial Palace East Garden! Aug 3, 2019
- East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
We had a walking tour in the Imperial Palace East Garden, which is located in the very center of Tokyo. We welcomed many guests from all over the world such as the United States, Spain, Italy, Poland, and Australia.
The Imperial Palace is the residence of the Emperor and the family. In the 17th century, it was built as a Samurai castle by the Shogun family. Now, the east part is open for public. It’s a good site to learn Japanese history and culture. And, our walking tour is the best way to understand it, because we explain every background of traditional buildings and episodes of the historical places.
Don’t worry! It’s not only educational, but also fun. Our guide members are all volunteer tour guides. Office workers, engineers, housewives, retired elders, and so on. We are all friendly locals. If you would like to have interaction with locals but you don’t have friends in Japan, our walking tour is what you are looking for! While we are walking from a site to another in the Imperial Palace, we talk many things. About Japan, your country, society, family, friends, culture, custom, sports, and anything!
“Does the Emperor have a special relationship with the Japanese religion?”
“Does the Emperor have political power?”
“How did feudal lords show respects to the Shogun chief commander?”
“Do you know a good restaurant near Ginza?”
“Why is Shinjuku the biggest rail station in Japan?”
“Where can I meet a Ninja?”
Please feel free to ask any question and enjoy talking with us!
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See you in Japan.