Published 30th April 2019FacebookTwitterEmailSee special photos of Japan’s royal residence, the Imperial Palace, in Tokyo. The public is rarely allowed on the grounds — just twice a year or for special occasions.

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Visiting Tokyo’s Imperial Palace

(CNN) — Didn’t receive an invitation to this week’s abdication ceremony of Japanese Emperor Akihito on May 30 or the coronation of his son, Crown Prince Naruhito, on May 1? The good news is you can join the country’s biggest “after party” at their home. On May 4, the newly crowned Naruhito and his wife,…

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