Chōdō-in (朝堂院) of Nagaoka-kyō (restoration model)
Traditional site of Kusuba-no-Miya Palace in Osaka Prefecture
Nagaoka Palace ruin monument in Mukō, Kyoto Prefecture
1/1000 scale model of Fujiwara-kyō, held by Kashihara-shi Fujiwara-kyō reference room
1/1000 scale model of Heijō-kyō, held by Nara City Hall
Japanese Imperial kamon — a stylized chrysanthemum blossom
1/1000 scale model of Heian-kyō, held by Kyoto City Heiankyo Sosei-Kan Museum

Nagaoka-kyō (長岡京) was the capital of Japan from 784 to 794.

- Nagaoka-kyō

In 784, the Emperor Kanmu moved the capital from Nara (then called Heijō-kyō).

- Nagaoka-kyō

April 30, 781 (Ten'ō 1, 3rd day of the 4th month (天安一年四月三日)): In the 11th year of Kōnin's reign, he abdicated; and the succession was received by his son Kanmu. Shortly thereafter, Emperor Kanmu is said to have ascended to the throne. During his reign, the capital of Japan was moved from Nara (Heijō-kyō) to Nagaoka-kyō in 784. Shortly thereafter, the capital would be moved again in 794.

- Emperor Kanmu

Nagaoka-kyō (Otokuni Palace), 518–526 in reign of Keitai

- Capital of Japan

Nagaoka-kyō (Nagaoka Palace), 784–794 in the reign of Emperor Kanmu

- Capital of Japan
Chōdō-in (朝堂院) of Nagaoka-kyō (restoration model)

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