Hatoyama Hall or Hatayama Kaikan is the former Address of Ichiro Hatoyama, who served as Prime Minister.

Hatoyama Hall Otowa Bunkyo Tokyo

It was designed by Shinichiro Okada, who designed the Meiji Seimei Kan and other buildings and represented the Taisho and early Showa periods.

Built in 1924, it is also called Hatoyama Goten or Otowa Palace.

The exterior and the Adams-style reception room are British in style, but with Japanese-style sliding doors and other features, giving it an open space like a Japanese house despite its Western style.

Hatoyama Hall Otowa Bunkyo Tokyo

Hatoyama Hall Information

NameHatoyama Hall
Hatoyama Kaikan
Hours10:00 – 16:00 (Admission until 30 minutes before closing)
ClosedMonday (Open when Monday is a holiday)
Fee500 yen for elementary school students and older (10% discount for groups of 20 or more)
Address1-7-1 Otowa, Bunkyo-ku, Tokyo

How To Get To Hatoyama Hall

7 minute walk from Edogawabashi Station (Exit 1a) or 8 minute walk from Gokokuji Station (Exit 5) on the Yurakucho Line

Things To Do Near Hatoyama Hall

  • 400 m – St. Mary’s Cathedral: Large Cross shaped cathedral
  • 600m – Rinsenji Temple: A temple of the Soto sect of Buddhism, and is known for “Shibare Jizo” (a guardian deity of children)

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