After the Imperial family withdrawing to the palace, we went to the gate. There were some course to exit, and I made a choice to Inui-mon gate near Takebashi station.
Fujimi-yagura (Fuji watch tower) was built in 1659 in Edo period. Stone wall’s height is 14.5m, yagura(watch-tower) is 15.5m.
The Imperial Household Agency
Policeman at Imperial palace
stone wall of Imperial palace
Ohori of Imperial palace. This deep fosse and stone wall protect Imperial palace.
Inui-mon gate of Imperial palace
duck at Ohori
Hirakawa-mon gate and Hirakawa-bashi-bridge. In Edo period, Ooku’s (Shogun’s wife’s roon) women servants used this gate.
Statue of Kiyomaro Wake, who was an ancient officer of Japan (733-799).
The imperial palace is a center of Tokyo. This area seems warm because there are willow trees that leaves left green.
Wadakura bashi bridge & Wadakura-go fosse
Birds at Ohori
Swan at Ohori
I returned to Tokyo station.