Transferred from the Imperial Household's assets to administrative assets and used as government facilities
The ownership transferred to the Japanese government after World War II
The buildings and site of the Akasaka Palace, which were Imperial Household's assets, were transferred to the Japanese government after the war. They were used thereafter as the National Diet Library (1948-1961), the Attorney General's Office's (Homucho) Legislation Opinion Bureau (1948-1960), the Judge Impeachment Court and the impeachment committee (1948-1970), the Ministry of Justice's Litigation Bureau (1948-1961), Research Commission on the Constitution (1956-1960), the Tokyo Olympic Organizing Committee (1961-1965) and the Ad Hoc Commission on Administrative Reform (1961-1964).


  • Title: National Diet Library(Kacho no Ma)

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