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Updated: April 1, 2022

Hatoyama Hall 鳩山会館

1-7-1 Otowa, Bunkyo City, Tokyo

Western residential architecture with a Japanese twist

Hatoyama Hall is a western style residence that was built in 1924 at the behest of one of Japan's most politically active families. The building is an example of fine Western-style architecture from the era, featuring tall stained-glass windows, a robust rose garden that blooms in the spring and fall, and a beautiful koi (carp) pond.

A visit to Hatoyama Hall allows for a rare chance to see western architecture as interpreted by a Japanese architect in the early 1900s. Entrance allows guests to wander the grounds as well as enter several preserved rooms within the residence.

How to Get There

  • Edogawabashi StationYurakucho LineExit 27 min on foot


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Opening Hours

  • 10:00-16:00

    *Changes depending on the season and/or time period
    *Last entry 30 minutes before closing
  • Closing days: If a scheduled closing falls on a public holiday, the facility will remain open on the holiday and close the next day.


General admission: 600 yen


Facility Info

  • RestroomsSmoking areasParking
  • JapaneseEnglishChinese (simplified)Korean
  • Wheelchair rampToilet with handrails

For updated information on opening hours, closings, prices, and more, please check the official website or ask the facility directly.