‘Japan National Tourism Organization’ Offers Free Guided Tours Of The Imperial Palace And Gardens

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Free Guided Tours of the Imperial Palace East & Outer Gardens

Join a Volunteer Guided Tour to the Imperial Palace East Gardens at JNTO, TIC in Marunouchi

Imeperial Palace

Under the Sponsorship of the Japan National Tourist Organization, TOKYO SGG CLUB conducts free guided tours in the Imperial Palace East Gardens and Outer Gardens as follows:

Days: Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday

Starting Time: 1:00pm

Hours: Approximately two hours

To participate in a tour, please come to the Marunouchi TIC desk 10 minutes before the starting time. (The location of TIC is indicated on the map below.)

• The number of participants may be limited to maximum 10 on a first-come-first served basis.
• The tour may be cancelled without prior notice depending on weather conditions or unexpected accidents.
• JNTO, TIC provides visitors with free information and brochures for all of Japan.

TIC also offers free services to try on a Kimono, as part of a Japanese cultural experience program.
http://www.jnto.go.jp/eng/arrange/travel/guide/jnto_tic.html

 

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[Source: Japan National Tourism Organization-Media Relations]
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