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Updated: October 1, 2019
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Hotel Gajoen Tokyo, a luxury Japanese-style hotel, was the first wedding hall built in Japan, and is also known as the "Showa-Era Palace of the Dragon King" due to the thousands of beautiful artworks and grand decor that cover every surface. If it is open for public viewings during your visit, make sure to check out the Cultural Property named Hyakudan Kaidan, an ornate stairwell decorated with bright paintings and intricate carvings; it connects several lavish rooms. Information is available on the hotel's website.
You don't have to be planning a wedding to visit the gardens and restaurants of this luxurious hotel, so feel free to explore.
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