Two-tiered Bridge (Nijubashi Bridge)
About this sight
Nijubashi Bridge (literally "double bridge") is one of the most famous spots of the Imperial Palace.
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Imperial Palace Running Course
This pathway runs along the parameters of the Imperial Palace. The grounds offer joggers a safe and visually-stimulation 5.3-kilometer route. Paved distance mar
The Imperial Palace, located on the former site of Edo castle, is the current residence of the Imperial family.
Palace Cycling rents bicycles and tandem bicycles every Sunday for visitors to enjoy the 3-kilometer long cycling course around the Emperor's Palace.
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