It appears in inner moat and is Dobashi entering East Gardens of the Imperial Palace at during Otemachi 1 and Marunouchi 1. As Ote-mon Gate was the front gate of Edo-jo Castle, there is another name for major prohibition against entering the sacred precincts in a vehicle or on horseback bridges the Jogairi mouth Emperor Bridge, too. Ote-mon Gate was made in 1606 by (1606). Bridge was wooden bridge in the Edo era, but we were filled up in the Taisho year and became Dobashi. In the north side of bridge, the south side is called bellflower moat major moat. Before Ieyasu Tokugawa entry, Hibiya inlet gets into this neighborhood, and it is said that there was anchorage here. Another name includes "major prohibition against entering the sacred precincts in a vehicle or on horseback bridge" "the Jogairi mouth Emperor Bridge".
INFORMATION basics information
- Address Otemachi one order eyes, Marunouchi 1 - East Gardens of the Imperial Palace
- From Access Otemachi Station Exit C10 a 1-minute walk