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Kyoto Imperial Palace (kyoto Japan)

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Kenreimon gate Kensyunmon gate Gisyumon gate Okurumayose Jomeimon gate
Stairs Seiryoden hall Seiryoden hall Kogosyo hall Oikeniwa garden
Inner gate Otsunegoten hall Gonaitei garden Ogakumonjyo Roofed mud wall

 The Kyoto Imperial Palace is the former ruling palace of the Emperor of Japan. The Emperors have since resided at the Tokyo Imperial Palace after the Meiji Restoration in 1869. The Kyoto Imperial Palace is the latest of the imperial palaces built at or near its site in the north-eastern part of the old capital of Heian-ky? after the abandonment of the larger original Heian Palace that was located to the west of the current palace during the Heian Period. The Palace lost much of its function at the time of the Meiji Restoration, when the capital functions were moved to Tokyo in 1869. However, the Taish? and Sh?wa Emperors still had their enthronement ceremonies at the palace.

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