Your culture attendant: things to do in Tokyo

TUESDAY 28TH JANUARY 2020
A THING TO DO THIS TUESDAY

in TOKYO
PRICE: Free
TIME: 2 hours
As well as glorious plant beds, the East Garden (Higashi Gyoen) of Tokyo's Imperial Palace hides a secret: ruins of the original Edo Castle which once stood here. Take a guided tour of the East Garden with a free walking tour from the Tokyo Metropolitan Area Systematized Goodwill Guide Club. Tours run this Tuesday at 1pm; arrive ten minutes before and meet your guide outside the JNTO Tourist Information Centre, next to Exit 6 of Tokyo Station.
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TOKYO
35.69°N, 139.69°E

Sunrise: 06:44
Sunset: 17:03
Moon Phase: waxing crescent
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