A natural haven amidst the bustle of the city.

Encompassed by the sprawling evergreen forest of Meiji Jingu Shrine, Meiji Kinenkan is a unique gathering place that masterfully blends its time-honored brand of hospitality with an atmosphere that allows you to cast aside the worries of the day and truly enjoy your special moment.
Whether it's an important business-related gathering such as a conference or award dinner, or a more personal affair, Meiji Kinenkan provides you with an experience that cannot be duplicated.

A celebration of the stages of life, where warmth and smiles abound.

Commemorating the first shrine visit for the newest member of the family... rite-of-passage celebrations for children... coming-of-age ceremonies for those entering adulthood... and rejoicing couples who have decided to spend their lives together. As you walk life's path, Meiji Kinenkan supports you in marking these once-in-a-lifetime occasions in the most memorable way possible.

A place where people gather to create memories.

Wedding ceremonies that represent the eternal merging of two families, and business gatherings that are the culmination of painstaking preparation, offer the opportunity to strengthen existing relationships and to experience serendipitous, life-changing encounters. Meiji Kinenkan provides the ideal environment to transform these experiences into wonderful memories that last a lifetime.

A flavor to suit every occasion.

We cater to a broad range of culinary needs, offering everything from meticulously prepared, traditional Japanese "kaiseki" cuisine and mouthwatering Chinese dishes to more comfortable, casual dining. Our outdoor beer terrace is also extremely popular with those seeking relief from the summer heat. And our Kanomi no Mori brand of confectioneries, featuring a tantalizing selection of cakes, cookies, and pastries, is available at major department stores around the country.

An event venue that is much closer than it seems.

Belying its lush, green environment, Meiji Kinenkan's Moto-Akasaka location is easily accessible. It is also a district with a royal air, as it is the traditional welcoming place for honored state guests.

A place where tradition is cherished and preserved.

Since our opening in 1947 as the Meiji Jingu Shrine event venue, we have prided ourselves on conducting ourselves and our events with a sense of sophistication and refinement, while steadfastly honoring the traditions that underpin our culture.