- 3 hours
- Product Type
- Imperial Palace Gardens
- Tokyo Station
- Nihonbashi Bridge
- Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi
- It’s your first time in Tokyo and you want to learn more about the history of the city
- If you're traveling with children under the age of 12, we recommend our family-oriented Tokyo Pop Culture Tour for Kids
- Imperial Palace Gardens - the gardens surrounding the Imperial Palace and former site of the Edo Castle’s circles of defense
- Tokyo Station - the city’s busiest station in terms of trains passing through daily
- Nihonbashi Bridge - a modern reconstruction of the 17th-century bridge that played a vital role in Edo-Kyoto trade
- Nihonbashi Mitsukoshi - Japan’s oldest department store, which can trace its history back to the 17th century
- There will be a break in the tour to stop and use bathroom facilities as well as opportunities to stop and rest along the way if needed. Please communicate any mobility needs or concerns with our team at the time of booking.
- If you are looking to learn more about Tokyo prior to a visit, check out our online lectures at Context Learning.
- The Imperial Palace Gardens are partially wheelchair accessible - some paths are a little steep and some are covered in gravel, but most are usable.
Will we visit the Imperial Palace Gardens from the inside?
The visit includes only the gardens, without any buildings. Furthermore, the gardens are generally closed twice a week, so the guide reserves the freedom to replace this stop with another venue or point of interest.
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