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The National Treasure: State Guest House, Akasaka Palace Splendid Building and Afternoon Tea!

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23. March. 2020

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The State Guest House, Akasaka Palace is a Western-style Neo-Baroque building that blends the beauty of Japan and the West. It functions as a place to host state dignitaries from all over the world.
We take you on a tour inside the palace, and also enjoy afternoon tea together with us in the beautiful front courtyard garden of the Palace.

The National Treasure: State Guest House, Akasaka Palace Splendid Building and Afternoon Tea!

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  • Visiting the State Guest House Akasaka Palace
  • [History] From the "Togu-gosho, Crown Prince's Palace" to the "State Guesthouse"
  • [Highlight] Japanese elements within Western-style palace architecture
  • [Main building] The entrance hall welcomes many dignitaries
  • [Main building]Beautifully renovated "Asahi no Ma"
  • [Main building] Find good luck within the beautiful "Sairan no Ma"
  • [Main building] The most beautiful room "Kacho no Ma"
  • [Main building] "Hagoromo no Ma" dancing gracefully like an angel in heaven
  • [Garden] Stroll through the main garden and observe its stunning fountain
  • [Garden] Elegant afternoon tea in the palace’s front courtyard

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