Enjoy a special lunch straight of the Edo Period at Nanko Rest House, at the Kokyo Gaien National Garden. Just a short walk away from the Imperial Palace, the charming restaurant is the perfect place to go to unwind after your trip to the Imperial Palace. All recipes that will be served will be coming from a cookbook that dates all the way back to the Edo Period - so you'll feel like you're traveling back in time. With a “zero garbage” motto, the restaurant uses organic vegetables to improve both the health of guests and the environment. They also use vegetables whole – skin and all – for lunches “good for both people and nature,” making this the ideal stopover after a day of exploring Tokyo.