皇居東御苑

於廣闊的歷史遺跡公園放漫腳步,細細品味東京的歷史情懷。

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皇居東御苑為位於皇居東面的歷史遺跡公園,地理環境讓人不其然聯想起紐約的中央公園。雖然鄰近東京站,但讓人驚訝的是園內出奇地寧靜,完全隔絕了市區的煩囂。
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a year ago
So serene
There was not much that I could do here when I visited. But the atmosphere is so serene and perfect for calm walks.
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4 years ago
Beautiful gardens with a strange history
The view from the ruined Donjon in the Imperial Palace East Gardens is the old Edo Castle Honmaru Goten Palace. Now just a large lawn full of people sleeping and enjoying the sunshine. Formally, this area was lined with buildings. Presumably these too were burnt down during the Great Fire of Meireki; a fire that is considered to be one of the worst disasters in Japanese history. A fire that left the old Edo city, now known as Tokyo, in complete ruin. The fire was said to be caused by a priest. According to legend, there was a cursed kimono that killed teenage girls, and the priest decided to burn it on that day in March 1657. It didn’t help that the buildings of that time were made from flammable materials such as wood, were built closely together, and had thin paper walls. The fire spread to all parts of Tokyo, leaving destruction and devastation in its wake. From the ruined Donjon, there is barely a trace left of the fire. All that remains is the site of an old castle now replaced by a neatly cut lawn, an orchard of lemon trees, and the overly developed city skyline looming in the distance.
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