Visit Report of Gyoko Street
Gyoko Street is 190 metres long and connects the Marunouchi central exit of Tokyo Station with Uchibori-dori in front of the Imperial Palace.
The name is said to derive from the road the emperor used to go out.
At the end of the beautifully landscaped path, you can see Tokyo Station lit up and the skyscrapers that symbolise Chiyoda Ward on either side.
One of the main attractions is the variety of scenery that can be enjoyed throughout the year: in spring and summer the fresh greenery is dazzling, and in autumn the ginkgo trees turn yellow. The illuminated Tokyo Michi Terrace in winter is also a must-see.
If you are visiting Tokyo Station, be sure to stop by.
Information about Gyoko Street
|Open all day
|regular closing day
How to get to Gyoko Street
View from Gyoko Street（Photo List）
Here are some night view photos taken at Gyoko Street .
Please refer to the atmosphere of the Gyoko Street and what views can be seen.
Gyoko Street FAQ
What is the recommended time for night viewing on 2/27
The 30-minute period from 17:34 ~ 18:04 is the twilight time when the night view is most beautiful.
How do you read Gyoko-dori Street?
Read as 'Gyoko-dori'. The name derives from the road used by the Emperor to go out. The official name of the road is Tokyo Metropolitan Road No. 404, Imperial Palace Tokyo Station Line.
Until what time does Tokyo Station light up?
Lighting hours are from sunset to 9pm.
Can I use a tripod to take night shots?
Using a tripod is not prohibited. Enjoy shooting with good manners.
- Release day：2023/11/04
- Update day：2023/11/04