About this sight
This is the moat surrounding the Imperial Palace west of Tokyo station and a popular cherry blossom viewing spot.
JCII Camera Museum
JCII Camera Museum exhibits pertaining to all phases of the worldwide history of photography.
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Omura Masujiro Statue
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Located right across from the Imperial Palace, Hotel Grand Arc Hanzomon lies in the heart of Tokyo. The hotel offers comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi, and it h
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