Kitanomaru Park

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Close to the Emperor Palace, this little park was once part of Edo Castle. There are some gates and moats as a reminiscence of older times. Specially beautiful to visit during the Fall season, Kitanomaru park is a great place to spend some hours under the sun, visiting some museums or watching some martial arts at the Nippon Buddokan

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