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Meiji Memorial Hall

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The time is in Meiji 14. The "Constitution Memorial Hall", the Meiji Memorial Hall, was built in the Geihinkan of the present day as a separate place of Akasaka Provisional palace. In the Meiji 21, the hall where the imperial Council of the Meiji Constitution was deliberated was opened, and the image of the roof, the handle of the bran, the nail and the Chandelier "Hoya" etc. was felt at that time. A golden chicken is dancing on the wall, and in the middle of the room is a mantelpiece with a dignified black lacquered great mirror. The main building is the Palace building of Kyoto Imperial Palace and Omiya Gosho-style, leaving a solemn appearance now. We will provide you with the time you deserve for a milestone in your life, a luxury that is quietly wrapped in something that has been guarded through a long history.

Phone03-3403-1171
Hours8:30 ~ 22:00
HolidaySummer Holidays (August 7)
URLhttp://meijikinenkan.gr.jp/

Access

2-2-23 Motoakasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo