By using this site, you are allowing the configuration and use of cookies. For details, please see our Privacy window

Skip Navigation

What's new

Regarding Photography in the main building (Hagoromo no Ma) [Sat., Jan 6 to Tues., Jan 16]

  • Visit
  • 2023.12.28
 Although photography is prohibited within the main building, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the opening of State Guest House, Akasaka Palace, photography will be allowed tentatively in the Hagoromo no Ma.
 Implementing this initiative tentatively during the below period may assist us in determining the problems that may occur when allowing photography as well as the solutions to those problems. Please take this opportunity to visit us.

*We may cancel this initiative due to operational issues such as when receiving distinguished guests, etc., or depending on crowd conditions.

実施期間・場所 Saturday, January 6, to Tuesday, January 16, 2024 Hagoromo no Ma
Hours 10:00-17:00 (Admission to the main building is until 16:30)
How to visit No reservation required . However, please be aware that if visits are disrupted due to severe congestion, we may temporarily limit photography or shorten the above period.
Cautionary Notes Photography is only allowed in the Hagoromo no Ma (near the entrance, the sign below stating that photography is permitted will be posted.) In other areas, please put your camera, smartphone, etc. in your bag.

For the protection of the facility and everyone’s safety, please observe the following regulations when taking photos.
・Video recording is prohibited.
・Please refrain from flash photography and other actions that would disrupt the experience of other visitors.
・Entering with photographic equipment or taking photographs for commercial purposes are both strongly prohibited.
・Please refrain from touching the furnishings, decorations, and walls.

* Please be aware that other visitors appearing in your photos may be deemed a violation of their portrait rights if the photo is published.
*Please see here for other prohibited actions other than photography.