|Exit 1 of Hanzomon Station, Kojimachi|
It is named after the Hanzomon Gate of the Imperial Palace Tokyo, just four minutes' walk east. (The Hanzomon Gate is where Shinjuku-dori Avenue [part of Route 20] starts, going as far west as Kabukicho in Shinjuku ward.)
|Northern ticket wicket, Hanzomon Station|
There are no transfers at Hanzomon Station, but Kojimachi Station, on the Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line, is just four minutes' walk west along Shinjuku-dori Avenue from Exit 2 of Hanzomon Station.
|Exit information, Hanzomon Station|
Hanzomon Station provides access to a number of well-known Tokyo places. At its southern end are Exits 1 and 2, which come out at basically the same place, serving the Kojimachi business district. From here it's an 8-minute walk south-east to the National Theatre, and the imposing, modern Supreme Court building next to the Theatre. Across from the Theatre and Court is the Sakurada Moat of the Palace.
|Hanzomon Gate of the Imperial Palace - just east of Hanzomon Station|
Exit 4 is right behind the JCII Camera Museum, 2 minutes' walk away, the British Embassy, 7 minutes' walk away, and the Embassy of Paraguay, on the northern end of the British Embassy.
|Exit 4 of Hanzomon Station in Yushin-in Temple and Museum building|
On the other side of the road from Exit 4, a few meters down a side street, is an elevator entrance/exit. A short walk further down the side street brings you to the Embassy of Ireland.
|Hotel Monterey Hanzomon|
The whole length of Hanzomon Station can be traversed underground.
|Sign to the side-street elevator of Hanzomon Station - across from Exit 4|
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