Built in 1935 and known as the Showa Era’s ‘Palace of the Dragon God,’ Meguro Gajoen was the first wedding complex to be built in Japan. Housing the Hyakudan Kaidan (100 steps staircase), it is a Registered Tangible Cultural Asset. Having undergone an extensive restoration and a name change to Hotel Gajoen Tokyo in spring 2017, the elaborately designed hotel and restaurants stay open year-round to host both weddings and travellers.
|Venue name:||Hotel Gajoen Tokyo||Contact:|
1-8-1 Shimomeguro, Meguro
|Transport:||Meguro Station (Yamanote, Tokyu Meguro, Namboku, Mita lines)|
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Things to do
Wa no Akari x Hyakudan Kaidan
Who says illumination shows are only for winter? The Hyakudan Kaidan pavilion at Meguro's Hotel Gajoen puts on a real light extravaganza over the warm months, with installations depicting some of Japan's most famous summer festivals and seasonal colour...Until Sunday August 27 2017