Tour Report on 14 April 2018, East Garden of the Imperial Palace
- East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
We could welcome 59guests amazingly although cherry blossoms season was over.
We were so grateful having such a so many guests!
Here are our group photos. See below,
The East Garden of the Imperial Palace has many kinds of cherry blossoms. Most of them were over. They are at their bests at the beginning of April in a typical year, but it came earlier this year. It was at the end of March.
I anticipated that I couldn’t show the guests cherry blossoms that some of our guests expected to see. I felt sorry for it. But fortunately, I found some cherries still bloom in the garden.
Our course in the East Garden of the Imperial Palace features a Japanese style-garden which is called “ninomaru-garden”. Here the other our group photo having the garden in the background.
Azaleas, wisterias, Japanese irises, Japanese roses, and peonies were in full blooms. Our guests walked and enjoyed to see there.
Thanks for reading, I hope YOU join our tour next time.
Written by Akira Hoyanagi