Historical buildings

Kyoto Gosho (Imperial Palace)
The Palace retains the graceful and sophisticated atmosphere of court life in ancient times.
Burned down several times since the Heian Period. Most recently rebuilt in 1855, but still preserves the refined image recalling Heian Period Shishinden. Open to the general public for 5 days every Spring and Fall. Permission must be obtained in advance for other days from the Imperial Household Agency's Kyoto Office.
●Open/Tour times 4 times daily at 9:00, 11:00, 13:30, and 15:00
●Closed/Sat.,Sun and National Holidays; around years end. (Prior reservation required ? contact the Imperial Household Agency)  ●Fare/Free  ●Tel/075-211-1215
◆Access/By subway Karasuma Line to Imadegawa Station or Marutamachi Station
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Muro-ji Temple
Spring cherry tree and rhododendron , autumn is the attractions of autumn leaves .
Muro-ji Temple is a temple located in Uda City, Nara Prefecture, which is the head temple of Shingon sect Muro-ji school.

The wooden five-storey pagoda, designated both a National Treasure and an Important Cultural Property, is the most smallest five-storey pagoda in Japan.

Since it allowed women to enter the mountain, it was called 'Nyonin Koya.'
●Open/8:30~17:00(9:00~16:00 in Dec.-Mar.)
●Admission Fee /Adults:600yen、Children:400yen  ●Tel/0745-93-2003
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