Inui-dori Street In The Imperial Palace

Inui-dori Street In The Imperial Palace is one of the best places to travel in Chiyoda, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for map, how to get there, spots nearby, attractions and photos of Inui-dori Street In The Imperial Palace posted by Japanese travelers in the know.[last modified: ]


Special Cherry Blossoms At Inui-dori Street In The Imperial Palace, You Can't See Usually

People usually can't enter this area called Inui-dori Street in the Imperial Palace. But, spring of cherry blossom and autumn of colored leaves are exceptions! It has opened to public since 2014, and then, almost every year.
Enter from Sakashita-mon Gate, pass through Imperial Household Agency building, and walk along Inui Street. There're no parking areas, so you should use the public transportation. Every year, many people visit here, so you probably can't take pictures like this (because I took these pics from the head of crowded line!). You need to undergo a security check, it's better to go with minimum baggage. This special open is also a chance to see the site of Edo Castle you can't see generally.



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Stations nearby: Tokyo, Yurakucho, Nijubashi-mae, Hibiya, Otemachi, Kasumigaseki, Sakuradamon. Then, enter from Sakashita-mon Gate.