Inui Street in the Imperial Palace in central Tokyo was opened to the public on Saturday, in time for the autumn foliage season.
Visitors can walk on the road running from the Sakashita gate to the Inui gate between 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. until Dec. 10.

Public access to Inui Street is usually allowed twice a year during the best times to see cherry blossoms and autumn colors, but it was closed to the public last autumn and this spring due to work on trees.

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