The International House of Japan, also known as “I-House,” is home to a non-profit organization founded in 1952 to promote intercultural exchange. I-House is located in the heart of the mixed-use Roppongi Hills complex, close to many of the major Tokyo embassies. The venue offers a number of banquet halls and rooms on nearly 11,000 square meters of land, including an auditorium and seven additional meeting rooms. A tranquil facility in the heart of the city, all banquet rooms adjoin the large, 19th century garden, enabling guests to mingle freely both indoors and out. There are also a cafe and a restaurant.
5-11-16 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo 106-0032
Rooms & Facilities
|Room ( )*||Floor||sq. m||sq. ft.||Ceiling ht. (m)||Theater||Classroom||Banquet||Reception|
|Kabayama Room & Room 2, 3 & 4||B1||247||2,659||2.9||180||120||110||150|
|Iwasaki Koyata Memorial Hall||B1||195||2,099||4.5||180||120||100||150|
|Room 2, 3 or 4||B1||51||549||2.9||40||24||20||30|
|Seminar 403, 404 (2)||4||73||786||42|
* ( ) refers to possible room divisions using partitions.