Going to Tokyo for a few days in September (went there for the first time at the end of last year) and this time, I am interested in the tours at the National Diet Building and at the Imperial Palace. Are there any special procedures to go on these tours for non-Japanese citizens? I read somewhere that the visitor would have to go to the Imperial House Agency the day before the tour and show them the passport; is that still true? Also, is there advanced reservation available for individual visitors for the National Diet Building tour?
National Diet Building and Imperial Palace tours
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