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Akasaka Palace, or the State Guest House, is one of the two State Guesthouses of Government of Japan. The palace was originally built as the Imperial Palace for the Crown Prince in 1909. Today the palace is designated by the government of Japan as an official accommodation for visiting state dignitaries. Located in the Moto Akasaka, Minato, Tokyo, the building took on its present function in 1974, having previously been an imperial detached palace. In 2009 the palace was designated as a National Treasure of Japan.
- also known as State Guest-House, Tokyo
- part of Tokyo
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- Japan Akasaka Palace
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- [TWS2008] Akasaka Palace (Geihinkan)
Scaled down version (1/25) of Japan's State Guest House @ Tobu World Square.
A facility in which the government of Japan accommodates visiting state dignitaries.
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- Gate to Akasaka Palace
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