Chidorigafuchi National Cemetery is the cemetery for unknown soldiers
and civilians who were killed abroad in the World War II, and it was
built in 1959.
It is located just northwest of Kokyo (Imperial Palace), and is near the moat surrounding Kokyo named "Chidorigafuchi".
The main facility is a charnel house "Rokkakudo".
It has more than 348 thousand peoples's bones, and they are set in in
And there is a monument containing the short poetry by Showa Emperor to the dead people in this site.
This cemetery has no denomination. So this has no festival.
We can visit here throughout the year.
Additionally on Chidorigafuchi moat we can play boating.
The moat is a cherry blossom-viewing spot in spring.
Tokyo Sky Tree