The Akasaka Palace Tourist Lounge
Akasaka Palace Tourist Lounge facilities include a café, a shop with souvenirs and other items, and a wide variety of tourism information.
Rest area facilities, including a café, shop, barrier-free restroom, and more, are now available at the park located in front of the State Guest House, Akasaka Palace. Tourism information is also available, so be sure to stop by on your way to visit the State Guest House.
Enjoy seasonal food and drinks. Lunch menu also available. Learn More
Browse a selection of gifts and souvenirs, including limited-edition State Guest House sweets and other goods only available here. Learn More
Take a break and relax while browsing tourism information on a variety of areas.
Garden parasols are placed around the fountain, where visitors can eat and drink.
*Please refrain from stepping in to the fountain.
- 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. (varies by time of year), closed Wed.
- Wakabahigashi Park, 1-12-11, Yotsuya, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
- One underground level and one ground level
- Site area
- Approx. 1,170㎡
- ● In the event of receiving distinguished guests at short notice, the scheduled public opening may be suddenly cancelled; please check the latest Public Opening Schedule before your visit. We will announce a change of the schedule on Twitter as well.
- ● Parking is prohibited near the West Gate. Please do not park buses, taxis, or other vehicles there.
- ● Visitors under the influence of alcohol may be refused for reasons of the facility’s protection.
- * The Guest House is engaged in the following efforts to prevent the spread of infection. We are sorry for any inconvenience caused and appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
- ● Visitors with cold symptoms such as cough and fever, labored breathing and strong fatigue are asked to refrain from visiting.
- ● When visiting the site, please cooperate by observing the following rules:
- - Please be sure to disinfect your hands.
- - Please observe social distancing wherever possible so as not to form crowds.
- - Refrain from talking as much as possible during your visit.