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Ogasawara Hakushaku Tei
Ogasawara Hakushaku Tei

Drinking & Dining

Ogasawara Hakushaku Tei 小笠原伯爵邸

How to Get There

  • Wakamatsu-kawada Sta. | Kawada-guchi Exit | 1 min on foot
  • Oedo Line

A little piece of Spain hidden in the heart of Tokyo

This Spanish colonial style building feels worlds away from the nearby neon lights of Shinjuku. Built in 1927, Ogasawara Hakushaku Tei was once the residence of Count Nagayoshi Ogasawara, a member of one of Japan's most influential samurai families. Today the residence is occupied by the modern-style Spanish restaurant, Ogasawaratei, one of Michelin starred Spanish restaurants in Tokyo.

The area is also home to a café and regularly hosts weddings and private parties throughout the year. If you do want to visit, the exterior of the residence is open for observation for free, but to get a look inside you’ll have to be a restaurant patron.


Opening Hours

  • 11:30–15:00 Mon–Sun
    18:00–23:00 Mon–Sun


¥15,000 or less

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Facility Info

  • 60 seats (private dining rooms available)
  • Parking
  • Strictly no-smoking
  • Japanese | English
  • Japanese | English | Spanish

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