Inui-Dori Street within the Imperial Palace is specially open to the public now.
Many visitors including foreign tourists enjoy the autumn foliage peaks in the unusual atmosphere. The walking route take us to the sophisticated “Kokyo Higashi Gyoen (the East Garden of the Imperial Palace) which is normally open to the public.
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Brick-making greatly contributed to modernize Japan on and after the Meiji Era. This is the huge brick-making kiln preserved at Fukaya-city in Saitama, so-called “Hoffmann Kiln” which was designed by a German engineer named Friedrich Hoffmann. There were six large kilns at its golden age.