Meguro Gajoen: a haven of hospitality,
cuisine and art in central Tokyo since 1928.
Established in 1928 as an elegant restaurant, Meguro Gajoen quickly rose to become one of Japan's premier sites for elegant weddings and ceremonies. The owner Rikizo Hosokawa dreamed of providing delights not only for the palate, but also for the eyes and senses. The stunning woodwork, Japanese paintings and laquerwork which adorn the building to this day create an immersive experience. The fantastic artistry leading visitors during the Showa era to nickname it the 'Palace of the Dragon God'.
While still providing the utmost omotenashi (Japanese hospitality) and perfect memories for couples on their special day, Meguro Gajoen now strives to offer travelers to Tokyo a welcoming home away from home in Japan's capital. The luxurious rooms, art-lined halls, ornate Hyakudan Kaidan gallery and tempting restaurants surrounded by verdant gardens await your visit.
All of our guest rooms have more than 80㎡ space. Please enjoy your comfortable and relaxing private stay.
Ranging from traditional Japanese cuisine while serenaded by a trickling brook to afternoon tea overlooking the seasonal colors of our garden and waterfall, we take pride in the quality and variety of our restaurants.
We are experts in making sure your special memories are perfect, and providing beautiful photography that celebrates your love and commmitment. The gardens and art-filled halls of Meguro Gajoen make the perfect backdrop for your engagement, marriage or anniversary photo sessions, whether you favor traditional Japanese wedding kimono or elegant wedding gowns and suits.
Our commitment to creating unforgettable events began in 1928, and we proudly carry on that tradition of service. From intimate meeting rooms to halls that can accomodate hundreds, Meguro Gajoen offers some of the most unique and beautiful locations for your MICE needs.