Meguro Gajoen

Meguro Gajoen is one of the best places to travel in Meguro-ku, Tokyo Prefecture, Japan. Here're guides for attractions, hours, access, map, spots nearby, and photos of Meguro Gajoen posted by Japanese travelers in the know.[last modified: ]

Meguro Gajoen 6 Reviews

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shimba1234・07/29/2018

Illumination Of Japanese Ultimate Beauty

As many as 100 pieces of art, while you walk along the 100 steps. Taking off your shoes, you can feel relaxed and appreciate the arts.

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eri_sweet・01/25/2019

So Gorgeous! A Great Modern Architecture With Golden Decorations

Just near Meguro Station! Like a Ryugu Castle (a gorgeous castle at the bottom of the sea in the world of Japanese fantasy). As soon as you come into the inside, you would be impressed with the gorgeous decorations and magnificent existence. Free shuttle bus in every 20 minutes is available from JR or Tokyu Meguro Station. Map: https://www.hotelgajoen-tokyo.com/

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Karin・07/14/2016

Absolutely Gorgeous Ceiling Paintings & Interiors Lightened In Japanese Mood

Hyakudan-kaidan' (one hundred steps) is a wooden architecture and a tangible cultural property of Tokyo. It was built in the beginning of Showa era as a banquet room. The interiors of the seven Japanese rooms are worth seeing! During summer, the collaboration exhibition with lights like Japanese festivals and artistic lights wins popularity. Some people wear yukata, summer kimono, and enjoy it.

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ciel624・08/27/2018

Gorgeous Room Decorations & Works By Installation Art Group

'WANO AKARI × HYAKUDAN KAIDAN 2018' At a room named 'Sōkyū-no Ma', the art work designed by MIRRORBOELER who has excited big stages such as worldwide rock concert and Japanese National Tresure Himeji Castle, on the theme of white-black, negative-positive, shadow-sun, and life-death.

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ciel624・08/29/2018

Nebuta 2018 & Its Reflections At The Most Gorgeous Room

At the most gorgeous room named 'Gyosho-no Ma' finished with fine gold, and surrounded with colored wood carving and Japanese paintings. It's on the theme of Aomori Nabura Festival, and they express a voyage of Nebuta. The floor reflects Nebuta beautifully like a water mirror.

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