East Palace Garden

About the East Palace Garden

Heijo Palace has a projecting terrace area on its eastern wing, which was regarded as an exceptional example of ancient Japanese Imperial Palace design. The southern part was called the “Togu” (Eastern palace) or “Toin” (Eastern precinct) and was occupied by the palace of the Crown Prince. In the south-eastern part was a pond which was 60m long both in the east-west and north-south directions. The East Palace Garden was separated by this pond.

Information

Free

Opening Hours
9:00 to 16:30 (Last Admission 16:00)
Closed
Monday (If Monday is a national holiday, on Tuesday), Year-end and New Year holidays

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