Meiji Kinenkan is located in the outer gardens of Meiji Shrine, a famous landmark that includes an evergreen forest of 120,000 trees of 365 different species. Both the hall and shrine take the name of Emperor Meiji, the first emperor of modern Japan. The grounds of the 19th-century historic main hall cover 33,000 sq. meters, and include a picturesque, well-manicured garden. The historic section and 27 banquet rooms are fully adaptable to a variety of MICE functions. Fuji is the largest room, and is able to accommodate up to 1,000 guests. There are also five restaurants on the premises, and guests can feel a bit of history in the Kinkei Lounge where the original fixtures and décor are featured.
2-2-23 Moto-akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 107-8507
Rooms & Facilities
|Room ( )*||Floor||sq. m||sq. ft.||Ceiling ht. (m)||Theater||Classroom||Banquet||Reception|
* ( ) refers to possible room divisions using partitions. Besides the above, 17 banquet rooms are available. Internet connection available in all meeting rooms.