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Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace, Hibiya

Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Best Living JapanBiking at the Imperial Palace is an enjoyable and economical way to spend your Sunday. You do not need to own a bike, nor be an expert biker.

Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace

The Japan Bicycle Promotion Institute (JBPI), a non-profit organisation established 1964, funds and runs the Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace program for the public. The 3K course, open exclusively on Sundays from 10:00-15:00 runs from the north side of Hibiya Park to north of the palace. There are about 150 free bikes available to borrow; selection ranges from mama-chari to tandem bikes and kids’ rollers. There’s also a training corner for bike newbies, and kids can even take classes in how to ride. The Palace Cycling Course is beautifully surrounded by a castle moats and pine trees. Please note — Borrowed bicycles are allowed to be used only within the Palace Cycling Course. Also closed on rainy days.

Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Best Living Japan
A variety of bikes available
Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Best Living Japan
Just register at the tent
Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Best Living Japan
Guys in green Jackets will help you out
Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Best Living Japan
Lots of space to bike
Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Best Living Japan
Main meeting ground
Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Best Living Japan
Kids training ground

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace Details

Address: Imperial Palace Outer Garden, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo ※Bike rental at info counter next to the Imperial Palace Police Box near Exit 2 of Nijubashi Station on the Chiyoda Line Subway (look for men in green jackets)
Hours: Sundays 10:00 – 15:00
Access: Nijubashimae Station (Chiyoda line), exit 2
Website: http://www.jbpi.or.jp/english/pc1.html

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Sunday Biking at the Imperial Palace 

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