Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo
The Mitsubishi Ichigokan Museum, Tokyo is located in the center of the city, close to the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station. Designed as a Western-style office building in 1894 by British architect Josiah Corder, the original structure was torn down in 1968 and reborn on the same lot in 2009 based on the original design. The museum’s gallery and adjoining “Café 1894” can be hired out exclusively weekday (Mon-Thu) evenings and also during the day on Mondays. Exhibition rooms reminiscent of the Meiji Period (1868-1912) with a total floor area of 800 square meters span three floors. The cafe within the museum building covers 167 square meters, offers various event plans and has a capacity of 60-100 people.
Rooms & Facilities
|Room ( )*||Floor||Dimensions (m)||sq. m||sq. ft.||Ceiling ht. (m)||Reception|
|Café 1894||1||18.9 x 11.9||167||1,798||8||100|