Weekday tour report on May 17 of the East Garden of the Imperial Palace
- East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
Thank you for choosing our weekday tour at the East garden of the Imperial Palace on 17th May. We welcomed 17 guests from [Australia, France, Germany, and Spain. I hope all of you enjoyed and shared interesting conversations with us during the tour. As promised, group photos and snapshots are attached to remember the fun times we had.
Japan hosts G7 Summit Conference this weekend in Hiroshima. Very strict regulations are in place in Hiroshima. If you will go to Hiroshima this weekend, please check website of Hiroshima city and tourist information, especially Itsukushima Shrine.
The day of the tour was so nice but very hot. Then, we were going on our tour under the shade.
We enjoyed beautiful flowers and new green leaves in the East Garden of the Imperial Palace.
Unfortunately, rainy season will start soon in Japan. If you are coming to Japan in the next few weeks, please be sure to bring a folding umbrella and spare shoes. Of course you could buy them in Japan. Even if it rains, we can enjoy hydrangea and Japanese iris blossoms in the East Garden of the Imperial Palace. Don’t worry!
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Posted by Y.H
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