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State Guest Houses

A sumptuous, historical building for welcoming state guests.
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State Guest Houses
The State Guest House in Akasaka was originally built as a Crown Prince residence in 1909. It is the only neo-baroque style building in Japan, designed and built by the leading architects and craftsmen of those days. Since 1974, the luxurious building has been used as a hospitality facility to welcome and provide world-class accommodation and services to state guests like kings, presidents, and prime ministers from all over the world. Every year the State Guest House is open to the public for about ten days in August.
* Prior application is required. The open period, application method and other details are published on the Cabinet Office web site in the middle of May.
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    2-1-1 Moto-Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo
    Once a year, the facility is open to the publish (in August)

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    From Tokyo Station to Yotsuya Station
    ・12 minutes from Tokyo Station to Yotsuya Station via Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line

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