The gardens and grounds of the International House of Japan were once home to the Edo residence of the Kyogoku Clan, the feudal lords of the Tadotsu Domain (now part of Kagawa Prefecture), from the Edo Period to the last days of the shogunate.
That historical ambience and the lush greens coloring the grounds fill the site with a distinct character, making it hard to believe that the building actually stands in the middle of Tokyo. Designated as a Japanese Tangible Cultural Property in 2006, the International House of Japan features large, unique cypress-framed windows that look out over approximately 70,000 square feet of Japanese gardens—an incredible setting for event participants to enjoy.
Users who choose to reserve the entire venue (as a banquet hall) may be able to use the garden for reception purposes depending on the type of gathering involved. Please contact us for more information.