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Sakuradamon at the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Postcard

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Sakuradamon at the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Postcard
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  • Light white, uncoated matte finish with an eggshell texture
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  • Light white, uncoated matte finish with an eggshell texture
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Sakuradamon at the Imperial Palace, Tokyo Postcard
This is one of several gates surrounding the Imperial Palace in Tokyo, which used to be the grounds of Edo Castle (Edo Jo), headquarters of the Shoguns. This one is on the south side of the palace grounds, just south of Nijubashi bridge, and is called Sakuradamon, or cherry field gate. Like most gates here, its massive doors open to a court yard and another set of massive doors at a right angle to the outer door. If you were a hostile enemy who somehow managed to crash the first set of doors, you would be a sitting duck as you came upon the second set. The stones in the wall nearest to the door are precisely cut, but as you get farther from the door you can see the builders gave less attention to their shape until it looks like they were simply picked up and built into the wall with no cutting at all.
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