Kyōto Gosho

The imperial palace in Kyōto, Japan was for the longest time in the history of Japan the residence of the rulers. This began in the Heian period when to seat shifted from Nara and ended with the Meiji restauration when it went to Edo, todays Tōkyō. 

Kyōto Gosho is a walled area which includes the palace and vast gardens. The gardens can be accessed around the clock and they can be used for relaxation. The palace is open two weeks a year for visits. It also includes a wonderful garden attached to the Sentō palace.

Kyōto Gosho
3 Kyotogyoen, Kamigyo Ward
Kyōto, Japan

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