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Nanko Rest House

Nanko Rest House is a place to rest, eat, and discover more about the outer gardens of the Imperial Palace, Kokyo Gaien National Garden. Exhibits about the area and proximity to major stations, including Tokyo, and Hibiya and Nijubashimae stations, make it a good starting point from which to enjoy the grounds of the national garden. A small exhibition provides information on the history of the gardens as well as details on its wildlife through the seasons.

The large Nanko restaurant overlooks Kokyo Gaien's famous Japanese black pine trees (Pinus thunbergii). You can order set meals that include a sampling of Japanese cuisine and menus featuring popular Edo-period (1603-1867) dishes. Reservations are required.

Nanko Rest House stocks a wide selection of exclusive souvenirs including sake, sweets, and chopsticks.

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