Venue Features

Hama-rikyu Gardens, which originated during the Edo period, is a representative strolling garden in Japan where the Tokugawa shoguns once entertained guests. It is designated as a Special Place of Scenic Beauty and a Special Historic Site, highlighting its significance as a valuable cultural heritage. With its ever-changing beautiful landscapes throughout the seasons, the contrast between traditional Japanese beauty and modern skyscrapers creates a unique ambiance found only in Tokyo. Within the spacious garden, there are scenic teahouses, offering a one-of-a-kind and special experience in this historic garden. Its accessibility to international conference centers, hotels, and easy access to Ginza and Tokyo Station adds to its appeal.

Main Banquet Specifications

Name of Banquet Hall

Nakajima Tea House

This teahouse, located at the center of the Shioiri Pond in Hama-rikyu Gardens, is a representative structure of the garden. It appears to float in the middle of the pond and offers breathtaking views that were once admired by the Tokugawa shoguns. The outdoor terrace facing the pond allows you to enjoy standing-style parties while experiencing the sea breeze of old Edo.

  • Hall Size


  • Capacity

    Standing: 30 people / Seated: 20 people

  • Address

    1-1, Hamarikyuteien, Chuouku, Tokyo

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