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This video, titled "Tokyo Imperial Palace Part I - 皇居 - 4K Ultra HD," was released by "TokyoStreetView - Japan The Beautiful."

What you see in this video is the Imperial Palace, the symbol of Japan.
In the Edo period it was the residence of the Tokugawa shogun, but in the first year of the Meiji period it became the residence of the Emperor and Empress.

Inside the palace, the Imperial Household Agency and its related buildings, the Momijiyama Sericulture, Tokagakudo, and the Nippon Budokan are all open to the public.
You can enjoy nature from season to season in the middle of Tokyo, and Chidorigafuchi in particular attracts many tourists every year as it is one of the best places for cherry blossoms in Japan.

On the Second Day of New Year's, the Emperor and Empress Address Do a Congratulatory Visit to the Imperial Palace and the Emperor Gives a Speech to the Public.

Introducing the Imperial Palace, a Soothing Spot Surrounded by an Abundance of Greenery! The Former Site of the Edo Castle Is a Popular Spot in Tokyo That You Shouldn't Pass Up!
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