Kawabun, Nagoya's oldest ryotei (High-end Japanese restaurant), has been creating a new culture by taking on the challenges of the times while cherishing its history and traditions that date back 400 years to the construction of Nagoya Castle. The museum also houses a partition with the "Aoi no Gomon" (hollyhock crest), which was entrusted by the Owari Tokugawa family, and a well that used to be an underground passageway to Nagoya Castle, allowing visitors to experience the history and culture of Nagoya. The building is a registered tangible cultural property, appreciating the skills of the masters who led Nagoya's architectural scene.
Main Banquet Specifications
Name of Banquet Hall
Mizukagami Room (Water Mirror Room)
The Mizukagami Room was designed by Yoshiro Taniguchi, the architect who designed the Akasaka Guest House. The glass walls of this spacious room overlook a water-filled garden. This venue was chosen for the G20 Foreign Ministers' Meeting dinner in 2019.
Seated: 88 people / Cocktail: 100 people
2-12-19, Marunouchi, Nakaku, Nagoyashi, Aichi