Hotel Gajoen Tokyo is located in Meguro, convenient for both business and entertainment purposes. This luxury venue is comprised of banquet halls, restaurants, accommodations, and a gallery. The lavish sculptures, vivid murals and ceiling paintings of this former bathhouse reflect the Edo style (1603~1868) that was an inspiration for the Oscar-winning animation film, “Spirited Away”. Upon entering the premises, guests walk down a galleried corridor, passing a picturesque Japanese garden on the left before reaching the atrium. Each of the 25 meeting rooms has its own special character, including the Maiogi ballroom, which is large enough to welcome up to 1,200 guests. There are banquet rooms in either Japanese or European style, according to planners' taste.
1-8-1 Shimo-meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-0064
Rooms & Facilities
|Room ( )*||Floor||sq. m||sq. ft.||Ceiling ht. (m)||Theater||Classroom||Banquet||Reception|
|Hana Tsudoi (2)||2||502||5,403||3.4||700||350||320||400|
|Salon de Soleil I||8||124||1,335||2.7||18||18||20|
* ( ) refers to possible room divisions using partitions. Washi and Chikurin are Japanese-style tatami rooms. Besides the above, 15 banquet rooms are available. Internet connection available in all meeting rooms