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According to tradition, Sakurai was sometimes the site of an Imperial Palace, including
- Hatsuse no Asakura Palace during the reign of Emperor Yūryaku
- Iware no Mikakuri Palace during the reign of Emperor Seinei
- Hatsuse no Minaki Palace during the reign of Emperor Buretsu
- Iware no Tamaho Palace during the reign of Emperor Keitai
- Hinokuma no Iorino Palace during the reign of Emperor Senka
- Osata no Sakitama Palace or Osada no Miya during the reign of Emperor Bidatsu
Related pages [change]
- Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Omiwa-jinja" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 751.
- Gautner, John. "Heart and soul of sake in the breweries of Nara," Japan Times, February 22, 2001; retrieved 2012-5-2.
- Koch, W. (1904). Japan; Geschichte nach japanischen Quellen und ethnographische Skizzen. Mit einem Stammbaum des Kaisers von Japan, p. 13. (German)
- Brown, Delmer. (1979). Gukanshō, pp. 262-263; excerpt, "... palace was Osada no Miya of Iware in the province of Yamato."