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Updated: October 1, 2019

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 the 1924 at the behest of one of Japan's most politically active families. It was designed in a western style yet still retains many Japanese touches, such as the garden's 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 is 600 yen for adults and 300 yen for children. Entrance allows guests to wander the grounds as well as enter several preserved rooms within the residence.

The residence is a short walk from Edogawabashi Station on the Yurakucho Line.

How to Get There

  • Edogawabashi StationYurakucho LineExit 27 min on foot

Contact

Opening Hours

  • 10:00-16:00
    TuesdaysWednesdaysThursdaysFridaysSaturdaysSundaysHolidays

    *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.

Price

General admission: 600 yen

Cash

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.

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