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File:Imperial Palace Tokyo Panorama.jpg

Panorama of the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, including the Imperial plaza on the left foreground, and east garden on the right.

  • View seen from the top floor of the Marunouchi Building.
  • The tall buildings in the back are in Shinjuku. The National Diet Building is also faintly visible on the left.
  • Photo taken on 21.12.2005


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