Ordinary tour groups take a picture of the Dual Bridge and do something rashly. In fact, only by walking around the imperial residence can they really experience his beauty. Walking along the moat, you can see the iconic bronze statues of horseback riding warriors, the ancient and solemn walls, a large fountain built to commemorate the marriage of the emperor's prince, bypassing the bustling double bridge, walking on the gravel pavement, squeaking, watching swans wandering in the moat, willows by the river, tourism is so good that you can empty yourself. It is said that when the cherry blossom season comes, it is impossible to walk quietly like this again. Occasionally found rental bicycles, think of the little friends of Modu, Xiaohuang Xiaolan Xiaohong, how are you?
The imperial residence is the place where the emperor of Japan lives. It is located in Chiyoda District, central Tokyo. The imperial residence outer garden refers to the imperial residence front square, and the surrounding area of the imperial residence, usually refers to the central area of the imperial residence front square. The vast green space around the imperial residence is a free park for citizens. There are many people running on the road in front of the imperial residence, and some people cycling around the imperial residence. The ground at the entrance is as strange as the Meiji Temple, full of small stones. Somehow, if you want to visit the imperial residence inside, you need to make an appointment in advance. There are reservation websites on the internet.
The imperial residence is the residence of the Emperor of Japan, which is open only twice a year. The Waiyuan is a scenic spot for many tourists to take photos. The sky is blue and the photos are beautiful. In fact, Tokyo is very similar to Shanghai. The traffic is mostly small displacement Suzuki. The suits of office workers are in a hurry. The Waiyuan of the imperial residence is very open, the double bridge is gentle and quiet, and the mood of walking along the moat the moat is particularly comfortable. On the chair, we have to take a moment of peace. There are many people running here, some people cycling fitness, paved with small stones on the road is said to prevent assassins from sneaking into the palace specially built, crunch on it, can be warned.
After leaving Tokyo for Osaka in the morning, I visited the Imperial Residence. The tour bus stopped and the first thing I saw was the Imperial Residence Outer Garden. Huangju Outer Garden is very open, planted with many pines and cypresses, very different, neatly trimmed shape, very good-looking. On the square you can see the iconic bronze statues of horsemen and the ancient and solemn walls. The ground in the front section of the imperial residence is paved with gravel, which makes a rustling sound. According to the guide, it is to prevent assassins from intruding and to serve as a reminder. The whole Outer Garden of Huangju is very clean, elegant and noble. There are many runners and exercisers in the square. From the square, you can see the scenery of Dual Bridge and Huangju.
Cherry blossoms had already faded when I went to Tokyo this time, but there were two trees outside the imperial residence. The weather was a little bad, so I took a picture of them in general. But I recommend that the ice cream on the edge of the sculpture is very strong and delicious. Every time I go there, I will bring one.
Huangjuwaiyuan is a famous National Park in Tokyo. It is a wide square built outside the palace. There is a big square planted in the square with exquisite pines and cypresses. The friends with sharp eyes may have noticed that the square is not paved with common cement or marble in China, but with gravel.
Moving away, I remembered that I had never visited the imperial residence. Even where the Emperor lived, he probably could only take a picture in a small park outside. Getting up early in the rainy Tokyo has another taste. It's really comfortable to walk around the moat. People living near here should be happy.