Visit Hatoyama Hall, once the Western-style residence of former Prime Minister Ichiro Hatoyama. Now open to the public, the hall is known for its English facade, rose garden, and stained-glass windows.
- Children aged 0–5 may enter for free - People with visible tattoos or under the influence of alcohol cannot be admitted - Do not bring food or drink into the building About The Venue: Hatoyama Hall has the following facilities and amenities: - Multilingual materials (Japanese, English, simplified Chinese, Korean) - Free parking for visitors - Wheelchair ramp - Accessible restrooms - Lounge - Wheelchair rentals - Wheelchair users should be accompanied by an assistant - Taking photos for commercial use is not allowed
Hatoyama Hall was built in 1924 as the home of one of Japan’s most politically active families. Once the residence of Prime Minister Ichiro Hatoyama, it has been fully restored and is now open for the public to enjoy. The architecture of Hatoyama Hall is distinctly Western, with its English facade, Neoclassical drawing room, and beautiful rose garden with around 150 plants and bushes. However, it has many Japanese touches like a koi carp pond and the scenes depicted in its stained-glass windows. The garden is especially picturesque in spring and autumn, and has been the setting for several Japanese dramas thanks to its beauty and uniqueness in Tokyo. A modest entry fee admits you to stroll the grounds and enter several preserved rooms within the residence.
1) Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive an email (titled "Your Ticket for Booking ID: XXX | Hatoyama Hall E-Tickets") with your e-ticket 2) Your e-ticket is valid for 6 months from the date indicated; it is non-refundable and non-transferrable 3) On the day of your visit, present your e-ticket (printed or displayed on your smartphone) at the entrance