Emperor Palace in Tokyo

In the center of Tokyo, there is the Imperial Palace where the emperor lives. The palace was the place where Edo Castle, where the shogun lived, was located until about 150 years ago. Even now, it is surrounded by a moat with a stone wall, leaving a vestige of the same time.
The area is so vast that it can accommodate as many as 25 baseball stadiums. Therefore, many runners run around the Imperial Palace in the morning.

The Japanese emperor has the longest history in the world. Its history extends to 2700 years ago. Now his Majesty the Emperor has no political power at all, but many Japanese respect the Emperor as a symbol.

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