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A major tourist attraction in the city is the Imperial Palace with its beautiful 17th-century parks encircled by walls and moats. This imposing palace is still used by the Imperial family. The distinguished feature of the palace includes the two-meter thick wall surrounding the palace and its gates. In the palace, there are few areas open for public. The main palace gardens remain open only two times in a year- on 29th April and 2nd January.
National Museum of Western Art
Located just 3 minutes of walk from Ueno Station, 7 National Museum of Western Art was built in 1959 by famed Swiss architect Le Corbusier. The exhibits in the museum come mainly from the collections of Kojiro Matsukata, who was a Japanese businessman and art collector. The exhibits are largely made of works by popular French artists.
National Museum of Nature and Science
One of the oldest museums in the country, National Museum of Nature and Science located in the Ueno Park of Tokyo! Opened in the year 1871, this museum features a vast range of materials related to natural history and science, such as a number of spectacular items based on space development, transportation, and nuclear energy.
National Museum of Tokyo
Home to more than 100,000 significant works of Japanese, Indian, and Chinese art; the National Museum of Tokyo was opened in the year 1938. The museum also puts on displays more than 100 national treasures. The key highlights of this museum include a number of Buddhist sculptures from China and Japan dating back from the 6th century to contemporary era.