Imperial Palace may refer to:
- Kaiserpfalz (Imperial Palace), castles which served as temporary, secondary seats of power for the Holy Roman Emperor
- Tokyo Imperial Palace (Kōkyo), Tokyo, Japan
- Kyoto Imperial Palace, Kyoto, Japan
- Imperial Palace Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
- Imperial Palace of Goslar, Goslar, Germany
- IP Casino Resort Spa, Biloxi, Mississippi, formerly the Imperial Palace Biloxi
- Imperial Palace Hotel and Casino, Las Vegas, Nevada
- Imperial Palace (novel), a 1930 novel by Arnold Bennett
- Imperial Palace, on the planet Coruscant in the movie Star Wars
Other articles related to "imperial palace, palace, imperial":
... The Sentō Imperial Palace (仙洞御所, Sentō-gosho?) 22 acres (89,000 m2)) is a large garden in Kyoto, Japan, formerly the grounds of a palace for ... It is administered by the Imperial Household Agency and may be visited by appointment ... Sento Imperial Palace was completed in 1630 for Emperor Go-Mizunoo's retirement, along with the corresponding Ōmiya Palace for the Empress Dowager Nyoin ...
... by Chōjō, Chōjō invites Tōtaku to the imperial palace for the imperial's support due to her failure of the Kyoudo expedition ... Ryomō that a female flute musician is going to come to the palace to play to Sonsaku ... In Enjutsu palace, she was confident that the scroll was stolen until Rikuson shows them the scroll in which to their surprise that it's the real deal ...
... Tokyo Imperial Palace Tokyo Official Tokyo residence used also as the private residence ... Houses the Three Palace Sanctuaries and the Fukiage Ōmiya Palace, the residence of the late Dowager Empress Kōjun ... birthday and New Year's is the public allowed to enter the grounds up to the Kyuden, where the imperial family appears on the balcony ...
... prohibits all Buddhist rites at court offices and at all province offices during the imperial enthronement period, or daijōe (大嘗会?) ... Also, monks and nuns couldn't enter the imperial palace during the abstinence before, during and after some kami rituals at court ... shiki says that, in some periods of the year, monks and nuns may not enter the imperial palace ...
Famous quotes containing the words palace and/or imperial:
“In correct theology, the Virgin ought not to be represented in bed, for she could not suffer like ordinary women, but her palace at Chartres is not much troubled by theology, and to her, as empress-mother, the pain of child-birth was a pleasure which she wanted her people to share.”
—Henry Brooks Adams (18381918)
“Fair tresses mans imperial race ensnare,
And beauty draws us with a single hair.”
—Alexander Pope (16881744)