This morning, we visit Imperial Villa (Katsura Imperial Villa) (subject to admission). The Katsura Rikyū or Katsura Imperial Palace has been built for Prince Toshihito in the early Edo period. The architecture and the gardens of the palace are remarkable. There used to be five tea houses in the garden, of which four remain until today. The tea houses are exquisite examples of Japanese architecture. The garden features a large variety of decorative features like stone lanterns, gates, hand washing basins and different styles of laid paths, stepping stone paths and Japanese garden fences. Afternoon is at your leisure.