The Museum of Art on the left side of Royal Residence East Royal Garden is closed on Monday and Friday. It is free of charge. It has a collection of excellent Royal Arts and crafts. There is no permanent exhibition. There are also many overseas leaders and gifts from the Royal family. Many Japanese national treasure paintings are available here.
The ruins of this pill, the second pill garden and the third pill collection hall are all located in the East Royal Garden of the imperial residence, which is the island in the center of the imperial residence. San Zhi Wan Shang Tibetan Museum is close to the Dongyuyuan Management Office in Huangju, which is equivalent to a white-collar office in Huangju. Inside the Shang Zang Museum are royal family works of art, as well as gifts exchanges between Japan and foreign religions. There aren't many tourists here. It's very quiet.
The three pills are still in the Tibetan Museum and the two pills courtyard are all within the scope of the imperial residence. Often you will hear the news, who has visited, who has sent what national gifts, such as Chinese embroidery, Australia always send wool blankets to other countries, so the Three Marbles Collection is the place to collect these national gifts, you can see what gifts each country has sent to the Emperor.
Located in the East Royal Garden in the imperial residence, the museum displays works of art presented to the emperor of Japan by other countries. In fact, I think the imperial residence is more beautiful. The greening is really pruned to make people feel that the environment can also convey a quiet atmosphere.
Tourist attractions are crowded, but Japan remains clean.
Clean streets, tall and clean buildings are impressive