Unpredictable typhoon crosses from East to West – July 28, East Garden of the Imperial Palace

Luckily, scorching heat seemed to sooth down after lasting for  20 days.
But what came next was an “unpredictable typoon”.
We fixed our eyes on the weatherforcast with anxious, but were  happy to draw a conclusion that we would be able to conduct our tour at last since the storm would not hit us during the tour and the transportation was in usual operation.

Despite such a weather condition,  it was our huge pleasure meeting each of our guests.
We had an AM tour and an PM tour this day and could welcome 24 guests in total.
Thank you for coming from U.S.A., Canada, U.K. Israel, Hungary, Australia, Taiwan.

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People on the streets were less but we could rather enjoy the quiet
Marunouchi and Imperial Palace like our private area.
In the middle of  both of our tours, there was  a ‘mad’ raining time for about 20 minutes,
but for the rest, we could  walk confortably through the garden without an umbrella.
And more to say, this season, the color of the greenary in the east garden could be a really relief !! Let’s go through the historical area with a lot of greenary, stone walls, and so on.

The typhoon was predicted to reach Tokyo from the evening,
so the famous Sumida River Firework Festival had been postponed to next day.
We felt sorry for our guests whom expected to go to see them but hope all of
you could find another activity to replace your fun in this broad Tokyo.

Every Saturday we look forward meeting you. On the other hand,  we have to announce that our country is experiencing unusual weather this summer with heavy rain and intensive heat. Please keep your eye on our Facebook for possible changes in our tour schedule.

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(posted by Nori)

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