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Imperial Palace, Tokyo Once an Edo Castle and a residence for samurai warriors, Tokyo's Imperial Palace is the official residence of the Emperor of Japan. Visitors can tour its gardens throughout the year, and access to the palace buildings and inner gardens are granted to members of the public on December 23 and January 2 Picture: Fotolia royal palaces you can visit

Imperial Palace, Tokyo Once an Edo Castle and a residence for samurai warriors, Tokyo's Imperial Palace is the official residence of the Emperor of Japan.

The Niōmon gate of the Oka-dera temple (岡寺) in Asuka Mura (明日香村) in Nara. #OkaDera, #岡寺,#AsukaDera, #飛鳥寺, #Nara,

The Niōmon gate of the Oka-dera temple (岡寺) in Asuka Mura (明日香村) in Nara.

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Irori --- sunken fireplace on the floor 囲炉裏

Irori --- sunken fireplace on the floor 囲炉裏

Kyoto - Kurimitsu-inari-myojin, Jishu-jinja Shrine

Kyoto - Kurimitsu-inari-myojin, Jishu-jinja Shrine

This is the Amakashi ni Imasu Shrine (甘樫坐神社), an old shrine dating back to 6th century. Empress Suiko (推古天皇), the 33rd Empress of Japan, is thought to have lived in this area for some time before moving to the Imperial Palace of Owarida. An ancient ritual, Kukadachi (盟神探湯) or “Trial by Ordeal” was held here in olden times. Emperor Ingyō (允恭天皇) was the 19th emperor of Japan.  #AmakashiniImasuShrine, #甘樫坐神社, #EmpressSuiko, #推古天皇, #Kukadachi, #盟神探湯, #AsukaMura, #明日香村, #Nara,

This is the Amakashi ni Imasu Shrine (甘樫坐神社), an old shrine dating back to 6th century. Empress Suiko (推古天皇), the 33rd Empress of Japan, is thought to have lived in this area for some time before moving to the Imperial Palace of Owarida. An ancient ritual, Kukadachi (盟神探湯) or “Trial by Ordeal” was held here in olden times. Emperor Ingyō (允恭天皇) was the 19th emperor of Japan. #AmakashiniImasuShrine, #甘樫坐神社, #EmpressSuiko, #推古天皇, #Kukadachi, #盟神探湯, #AsukaMura, #明日香村, #Nara,

The Niōmon gate of the Oka-dera temple (岡寺) in Asuka Mura (明日香村) in Nara. #OkaDera, #岡寺,#AsukaDera, #飛鳥寺, #Nara,

The Niōmon gate of the Oka-dera temple (岡寺) in Asuka Mura (明日香村) in Nara.