Metropolitan Police Department large-scale traffic regulation due to the throne event October 21 17:26

In celebration of the emperor's throne, the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department regulates large-scale traffic on public roads such as the Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway and the Imperial Palace.

In the Imperial Palace / Palace, the “Imperial Religion Hall” will be held on the afternoon of the 22nd, and the “Feast” will be held in the evening.

Since ceremonies are attended by ceremonies from over 170 countries, large-scale traffic restrictions are imposed around the Imperial Palace when foreign aliens move.

The Metropolitan Expressway is a part of the Yaesu Line, No. 1 Haneda Line, No. 2 Meguro Line, No. 3 Shibuya Line, No. 4 Shinjuku Line, No. 11 Ikebukuro Line, and No. 11 Daiba Line in addition to the majority of the city center ring line And from 10:00 am to midnight the next day, it will be closed at some times.

The general road is closed around the Imperial Palace and Akasaka Imperial Land, and around the Diet and Tokyo Station, from 10 am to midnight the following day.

Around No. 2 Meguro Line Tengenji Lamp Around No. 3 Shibuya Line Takagicho and Shibuya Lamp Around No. 4 Shinjuku Line Shinjuku Lamp Around No. 5 Ikebukuro Line Waseda and Gokokuji Lamp Around No. 11 Daiba Line Daiba Lamp The area is closed around 10 am to 3 pm, and from 6 pm to midnight the next day.

The time and scope of regulation may change, and the Metropolitan Police Department wants to follow the guidance of police officers in the field when traffic restrictions are imposed.