Oikeniwa Garden at Kyoto Imperial Palace dates from the Edo period when the residence of high court nobles were grouped together within the Kyoto Imperial Palace walls. When the capital moved to Tokyo the court nobles' residences were demolished. Then Kyōto Gyoen became a public park open to the public, with the exception of the Imperial Palace itself.
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