Meiji Kinenkan (Constitution Memorial Hall)
The year is 1881. The "Constitution Memorial Hall", which is the main building of the Meiji Kinenkan was built, where the Guest House is currently located, as an annex to the temporary palace in Akasaka. This hall, where the Meiji Constitution Draft Deliberation was held in 1886, retains the original look of the tiled roof, fusuma (sliding wall panels) handles, nailhead covers, the chandelier globes, and more. The walls are adorned with the relief of a golden pheasant while the centerpiece is an impressive mantelpiece painted in black lacquer and attached with a large mirror. The car porch at the entrance of the main building is designed in the image of the imperial palaces in Kyoto and Omiya and retains its majestic features. Here, we offer you a peaceful and quality time that has been preserved over the ages to complement the crucial moments of your life.
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