A person determined to have entered the Chiyoda housing complex, where Emperor Naruhito of Japan lived, was arrested. It was alleged that the person was noticed after 2 hours and said that he had resorted to such a way to meet the authorities.
A suspect intruding into the residential complex inside the Imperial Palace in Chiyoda, where Emperor Naruhito and his family members lived, was caught by the imperial guards.
It was claimed that the 29-year-old, whose name was not disclosed, had leaked over the guesthouse, which was not protected at that time, to the residence, which is very tightly protected under normal conditions, after 2 hours.
While the suspect, who was arrested, told the police, “I wanted to meet members of the Imperial family,” was reported in the local media, while no statement was made as to whether the person encountered any members of the imperial family. It was learned that a detailed investigation was initiated into the incident.