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How to spend a day in Tokyo’s Chiyoda City neighbourhood

Moats, bridges and imposing stone walls characterize the main residence of the imperial family, a grand palace built in 1888 and erected after World War II on the site of an older Edo-period castle that once housed the reigning Tokugawa shogun. Open to the public, the East Gardens are popular with locals for picnics and …

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