Feel like going out for a drink? Have you ever considered trying out the alleys of Kanda? There are all kinds of places in Kanda, from craft beer places, and whiskey bars to the tiniest izakayas that only have space for a handful of people.
Feel like going out for a drink? Have you ever considered trying out the alleys of Kanda? It may seem scary but head on over to “kanda Information” at JR Kanda Station and ask their friendly staff to help you out with insider tips you’re unlikely to find in any guidebook.
The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (皇居東御苑, Kōkyo Higashi Gyoen) are the former site of Edo Castle's innermost circles of defense, the honmaru ("main circle") and ninomaru ("secondary circle"). None of the main buildings remain today, but the moats, walls, entrance gates and several guardhouses still exist.
Chiyoda City’s vast Hibiya Park is known for its cloud-shape pond with a fountain in the form of a crane. Especially around autumn, this is a beautiful spot to take out your camera and capture the beauty of Japanese autumn leaves.
“Bon Odori”, a traditional dance festival, is held every year all around Japan. Watching people wear colorful yukata and listening to the drum players at Hibiya Park while dancing with the locals makes this annual event unforgettable.
Chiyoda is a special ward located in central Tokyo, Japan. It is known as Chiyoda City in English. It was formed in 1947 as a merger of #Kanda and #Kojimachi wards following Tokyo City’s transformation into Tokyo Metropolis.
In addition to being a beautiful outdoor space in the center of Tokyo, Kitanomaru Garden is home to four museums! The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo, MOMAT - The Crafts Gallery, The Science Museum and The National Archives of Japan.
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Off the beaten path (from Chinese tourist groups) is Hie Jinja Shrine. It might not be as grand as the major shrines of Tokyo, but it is just as georgeous as it is peaceful. The torii gates tunnel is quite a sight to see as well. You can even have it all for yourself (unlike at *that* certain shrine in Kyoto 🙈). #ProjectKonnichiwa