Tamozawa Imperial Villa (田母沢御用邸, Tamozawa Goyotei) is made of parts from a residence that once belonged to a branch family of the Tokugawa family. It contains 106 rooms that fuse both Japanese and Western cultures from the Edo to early Meiji period. In Nikko it acted as the summer residence for the imperial family, but was neglected after World War II. Tamozawa Imperial Villa became open to the public in 2000 after major renovations. It is also one of the largest surviving wooden buildings in Japan. In the meticulously maintained Japanese style garden there are multiple maple trees that are great to see in the autumn season.