A new name has been added to Japan’s biggest national park.

The new name is “Elysee Palace” in honor of Emperor Akihito.

Elyse Palace is the Japanese capital’s largest park and home to the Emperor Akihs.

The name of the new park, “Elyssee Palace, is a tribute to the emperor, the great empress of Japan, who has long been revered by Japanese people,” said Yasuhiro Suzuki, the Park Conservancy’s director of tourism.

Elysse Palace was established in 1923 and has more than 1,500 islands.

It has a total of 10,000 species of birds, more than 2,000 mammals, 200 reptiles, 2,600 amphibians and more than 5,000 plants.

The park is home to many endangered species including the kakapo, a species of kangaroo found in the park.

“The Elyssee is an important part of the history of Japan.

It’s a symbol of national unity, as well as a place of peace, calm and tranquility,” Suzuki said.

The parks new name comes after the late emperor’s birthday, which is on March 8.

“In the past, we had a new name.

I didn’t think it was possible to change a name of such a sacred site,” Suzuki explained.

In 2006, Emperor Akiyoshi was buried at a monument dedicated to him at the Imperial Palace, where he was declared a “grande-grande” emperor.

The emperor’s coffin is located in the main entrance to the park, where it is located on the same site as the Emperor’s Palace.

The site has been in use since the time of the Edo Period, when Japan ruled over the lands of Japan for more than 100 years.

The Emperor’s remains were moved to a new location after the end of the Meiji Restoration, which ended the Meijo Period in 1868.

The monument at the new site will be open to visitors on April 1, 2019.

The Elysee is the site of the Japanese Emperor’s funeral.