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Kyoto, Japan Attractions

Kyoto Imperial Palace

Japan’s Emperor has not resided here since 1869, but the Imperial Palace in Kyoto, first built in 794, is still the location for special state ceremonies. The palace was destroyed by fire numerous times. The main building visitors tour today was constructed in 1855, capturing the architectural style of the Heian Period and featuring a cypress bark roof. Close by are a number of other historic structures, including residences for the empress, a library, and the Shishinden, a ceremonial hall. Visitors who want to enter the palace for a tour need to apply to the Imperial Household Agency. A passport is required.

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