A profound sense of history nestled in the Meiji Jingu sanctuary.
Hold your reception at Tohrinsoh, memorial architecture that was selected as a Tokyo Metropolitan Historic Building. Tohrinsoh features a garden surrounded by "Tokyo's forest" and is a place where you can deeply feel the tradition of Japan and that provides guests with an impressive experience unavailable elsewhere.
Tohrinsoh was the palace of Prince Takenomiya Yukihito, the second son of Emperor Meiji. In 1881, it was granted to the Ichijo Family, the birth family of Empress Dowager Shoken, and after being administrated for a time by the government, in 1959 it was received by Meiji Jingu as a building dedicated to the shrine deity, relocated to the Meiji Memorial, and named Tohrinsoh. In the fall of 1978 it was relocated to a corner of the Hagi Castle Garden within the Sanctuary of the lush Meiji Jingu to be preserved as a monument.
On July 28, 2003, it was selected as a Tokyo Metropolitan Historic Building "as a building with historic value that was constructed more than 50 years ago and that is important for its appearance."
Tohrinsoh features a garden surrounded by "Tokyo's forest" and is a place where you can deeply feel the tradition of Japan and that provides guests with an impressive experience unavailable elsewhere.
Make your reception prestigious like an ancient wedding by holding it in a truly traditional Japanese house in the natural light-flooded spacious garden that leads from the prominent gate. Enjoy the traditional Japanese style presentation featuring tatami mat flooring lacquer finished tables and chairs.
MICE plans for small groups are also available.
Welcome your guests to orthodox hospitality nurtured by tradition over a long history. The subdued Japanese style atmosphere is great for a variety of occasions including meetings and business seminars for small groups.
1-1 Yoyogi-Kamizono-cho, Shibuya, Tokyo 151-0052
Forest Terrace Meiji Jingu (formerly Meiji Jingu Bunka-kan)
Service hours: 9:00 - 18:00