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Until the Edo period, the Kyoto Imperial Palace was the residence and government office of the emperor, who was a symbol of political and cultural authority.
Kyoto has been the center of Japan for nearly 1000 years as "Kyoto" (meaning "capital" in Japanese) because of the existence of the Imperial Palace.
The Imperial Palace and Imperial Villa, which embodies perhaps the most sophisticated Japanese beauty in traditional buildings and gardens.
To express each impression in one word, the Kyoto Imperial Palace is "grace", the Sento Imperial Palace is "elegant",
the Katsura Imperial Villa is "refined", and the Shugakuin Imperial Villa is "majestic".
The essence of Japanese culture is a delicate beauty that emphasizes the sense of the season, not the "Samurai" or "Harakiri".
Kyoto Gosho (The Kyoto Inperial Palace) by Yuky R.
The ultimate in Japanese "elegance".
It is the source of Japanese beauty that has been cultivated for a thousand years.
Sento Gosho (palace for retired emperors) This page is created in Japanese, but I hope you can refer to the images alone
The garden at Sendo Palace is famous for its elegant pond.
The garden is so large that it's hard to believe it's in the center of the city.
Katsura Rikyu (The Katsura Imperial Villa
The most refined garden that condenses the beauty of traditional Japan.
It is the highest level of Japanese garden with its novelty.
Shugakuin Rikyu (The Shugakuin Imperial Villa) This page is created in Japanese, but I hope you can refer to the images alone
The garden of the emperor was created in the Edo period with a grand and innovative concept.
It has both precision and delicacy. The design of the building is also worth seeing.
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