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Geihinkan (Akasaka Rikyu)

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"Akasaka Rikyu" was built as the Imperial Palace in Meiji 42. It was renovated in 1974 and was installed as a "Geihinkan" of the country. The brilliant appearance of white and blue tones mimics the Palace of Versailles. It was also the venue for the summit to meet many VIPs. Public viewing is a lottery system once a year.

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2-1-1 Motoakasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo