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The city site Designated the site of a new capital by the emperor Kammu, Kyōto was laid out in 794 on the model of Chang’an (modern Xi’an), the capital of China’s Tang dynasty. The plan called for a rectangular enclosure with a grid street pattern, 3.2 miles (5.1 km) north to south and 2.8 miles (4.5 km) east to west. Traditionally, the home of the Emperor is considered the capital. From 794 through 1868, the Emperor lived in Heian-kyō, modern-day Kyoto. After 1868, the seat of the Government of Japan and the location of the Emperor's home was moved to Tokyo. Old Heidelberg. Local favorite Old Heidelberg returns this fall at Graduate New Haven. Located steps from the Yale University campus, this legendary Chapel Street bar will serve classic cocktails and generous steins of beer alongside German-inspired fare.