There is a nice place on Fusui(風水) which is study of  Environmentology and think about how we can make lucky l …

There is a nice place on Fusui(風水) which is study of  Environmentology and think about how we can make lucky life. About Tokyo, every good luck flows from The Imperial Palace (which 風水師 Fusuishi mentioned). The current Imperial Palace (皇居, Kokyo) is located on the former site of Edo Castle, a large park area surrounded by moats and massive stone walls in the center of Tokyo, a short walk from Tokyo Station. It is the residence of Japan’s Imperial Family.


The palace is surrounded by a water-filled moat and tree-covered grounds with a precious taste of nature within the bustling metropolitan city. Actually Kokyo Gaien (Imperial Palace Outer Garden), Kokyo Higashi Gyoen (Imperial Palace East Garden) and Kita-no-maru-koen Park are all open to the public free of charge. If you wish to visit the area around the palace itself, you need to make reservations in advance.


The inner grounds of the palace are generally not open to the public. Only on January 2 (New Year’s Greeting) and December 23 (Emperor’s Birthday), visitors are able to enter the inner palace grounds and see the members of the Imperial Family, who make several public appearances on a balcony.


Furthermore, guided tours of the palace grounds are offered during the rest of the year, although no buildings are entered. The tours take about 75 minutes and are held in Japanese daily at 10:00 and 13:30 expect on Sundays and Mondays. Advance reservations can be made in advance through the Imperial Household Agency, but same-day registrations before the start of the tours are also possible at the Kikyomon Gate.


The popular place is located in front of the beautiful Niju-bashi Bridge that stretches over the moat in the outer gardens near Tokyo Station. In the vast Imperial Palace East Garden stands a stone wall that has been there since the time when the Imperial Palace was known as Edo Castle, a place where samurai warriors lived from the 17th to 19th centuries. You can really feel 4 seasons of Japan here, and enjoy some of flowers depend on month. Interesting? Please check it out!