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Walk around The Imperial Palace: Gov't & Biz districts of Tokyo


Witness where it all started and is happening now. Politics or business, they all starts here in the heart of Tokyo. If you'd like to walk and see the very heart of Tokyo City from the ground up, this is the tour you are looking for. The tour covers the Imperial Palace standing above the ruins of Tokugawa Shogunate, Kasumigaseki government district where all central government high officials gather, and Marunouchi business district housing the most renowned Japanese business establishments. The main stop of this tour, the National Diet building, stands by the Imperial Palace and you can learn Japanese politics and economy from the guide, walking by the beautiful traditional stone wall and the moat of the Imperial Palace, the former Edo Castle of the samurai era.

Walk around The Imperial Palace: Government & Business districts of Tokyo

Tak Uruno

Tour Highlights

  • Tokyo Station
  • Marunouchi business district
  • Imperial Palace Plaza and Nijubashi Bridge
  • Government Office Buildings, National Diet (Parliament) buildings (viewing from the exterior)
  • Prime Minister's Office, Lawmakers' Office and Supreme Court (viewing from the exterior)
  • National Theater (viewing from the exterior)
  • Moat of Imperial Palace
  • Hibiya Park


[Tour Length]
6 hours in total
(approximately 4 hours for walking)

[Available day & time]
Everyday 9:00-17:00

[Pick-up & drop-off place]
Your hotel in central Tokyo

You only use transportation to and from Tokyo Station. During the tour, no need for transportation fee.


[Price per group (up to 6 persons)]
27,000 Yen

[Item included]
An English-speaking guide service provided during sightseeing and transfers

[Item not included]
Transportation between your hotel and Tokyo station
Meals and beverage
Any other expenses of personal nature


This is a walking tour. Please dress casually and wear shoes comfortable for walking.

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  • Model: P007

This product was added to our catalog on Monday 06 January, 2014.