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Stepano
Stepano
May 26, 2018
Akasaka Palace (赤坂離宮 Akasaka rikyu), or the State Guest House (迎賓館 Geihinkan), is one of the two State Guesthouses of the Government of Japan. The palace was originally built as the Imperial Palace for the Crown Prince (東宮御所 Togu gosho) in 1909.
Kenji & Kasha
Kenji & Kasha
February 1, 2016
A beautiful Palace. Royal Families use here when they have parties. Must visit.
Ryo
Ryo
November 6, 2017
Akasaka Palace (赤坂離宮 Akasaka rikyu), or the State Guest House (迎賓館 Geihinkan), is one of the two State Guesthouses of the Government of Japan.
Minori
Minori
March 19, 2018
Akasaka Palace (赤坂離宮 Akasaka rikyu), or the State Guest House (迎賓館 Geihinkan), is one of the two State Guesthouses of the Government of Japan. The palace was originally built as the Imperial Palace for the Crown Prince (東宮御所 Togu gosho) in 1909
Marika
Marika
May 3, 2016
State Guest House near Yotsuya station.
Masako
Masako
April 13, 2016
National Guest House, a ot of national guest have been invited there. Worth to see.
Hiro
Hiro
January 31, 2017
Akasaka Palace (赤坂離宮 Akasaka rikyu), or the State Guest House (迎賓館 Geihinkan), is one of the two State Guesthouses of the Government of Japan. The palace was originally built as the Imperial Palace for the Crown Prince (東宮御所 Togu gosho) in 1909. Today the palace is designated by the government of…
Anton & Yoshi
Anton & Yoshi
February 6, 2014
All things Imperial.
Aya
Aya
May 12, 2017
The State Guest Houses are the government facilities established to accommodate heads of the states, prime ministers and other honored guests from abroad. While state and official guests are staying at the guest houses, various diplomatic activities are held, such as summit meetings, courtesy calls,…

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