Gyoko-dori is a symbolic space connecting the Imperial Palace (outer garden) and the gateway to Japan, Tokyo Station. The stately street has an abundance of greenery and promotes events that communicate Japan's history and culture to the world, international receptions, and events that contribute to PR for international competitiveness.
Length: 190 m; Width: approx. 73 m (Lanes: 31 m; Sidewalks: 12 m; Median: 30 m)
Gyoko-dori Underground Gallery: In principle, there are no electric power sources and plumbing equipment available for use. Contact the information desk for details.
1 Marunouchi Chiyoda-ku Tokyo
JR Tokyo Sta.: Direct connection via underpass from Marunouchi underground Central Exit
Marunouchi Line Tokyo Sta.: Direct connection via underpass
Chiyoda Line Nijubashimae Sta.: Direct connection via Gyoko underpass from Exit No. 7
Mita Line Otemachi Sta.: Exit D1
Tozai Line Otemachi Sta.: Exit B1
Hanzomon Line Otemachi Sta.: Exit A5
NPO OMY Area Management Association (Ligare)
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