(L) Soto-Sakuradamon gate
(R) Double-bridge Nijubashi leading to the main gate over the moats
A moat beside of the Imperial Palace
Visit to the Inui Street of the Imperial Palace, Tokyo
It was open during the period of March 25 to April 3, 2016, to observe
full bloom cherry blossoms.
The distance from the entrance, Sakashita-mon Gate to Inui-mon Gate is
about 750 m.
The total of 500,000 people visited the Inui street of the Imperial Palace.
(L) So many people came to see the public opening to the cherry blossoms
on the ground of Imperial Palace.
(R) Police vehicles are lined up in a row in the foreground of the Imperial
(L) The general public who flocked to the Sakashitamon gate in the Imperial
Palace (M) The Imperial Household Agency
(R) You can see the Imperial Palace in the distance.
(L) Fujimiyagura (R) Hasuike meting place
Hasuikebori moat and cherry blossom trees
(L) Yamashitadori street (R) Fujimi-Tamon
(L)Mon-nagaya (M) Dokanbori moat (R) Hasuikebori moat
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