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East Garden of Imperial Palace Remains of Edo Castle and Marunouchi Area

Tour feature and details

The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace is one of the remains of Tokugawa Shogunate Government Edo castle. It was open to public in 1968, covering an area of approximately 210,000 square meters.

After enjoying the beautiful gardens, we walk around Kasumigaseki and Marunouchi area. Kasumigaseki refers to the Government offices area, a town of bureaucrats, having over 140 year history of modern Government there. Marunouchi has served as Japan's center of politics, economics and culture for over 400 years from Edo period and as Japan's center of international business for over 100 years, ever since its first office building – the Mitsubishi Ichigokan – was constructed in 1894.

You can start this tour either in the morning or the afternoon.

Course(Visiting Spots)

1. The East Gardens of Imperial Palace
2. Kasumigaseki (Government office area)
3. Marunouchi

Departure Time
Duration
Number of People 1~4
Meeting Point Your Hotel
Tour End Your Hotel
What's Included ・Professional guide fee
・Hotel pick-up and drop-off
・Small group private tour
What's Excluded ・Transportation to/from your hotel and each attraction
 both for the customer and the guide
 - Your hotel to the East Gardens and from Marunouchi:
 Depending on your hotel location
・Your Lunch, if any
・Admission fee both for the customer and the guide, if any
Reservation Deadline 7 days before the tour
Others Travel insurance not be attached.
Takao
  • Takao
  • Language:English
  • Interpreter Guide Number:EN03764
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Tour Fee

  • US$117 per group(2people)
  • US$127 per group(3people)
  • US$147 per group(4people)

Cancellation Policy

8 or more days before tour date
No Cancellation Fee
2-7 days before tour date
20% Cancellation Fee
1 day before tour date
50% Cancellation Fee
On the tour date or If you do not send a cancellation contact
100% Cancellation Fee

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