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Kyoto State Guest House
Kyoto State Guest House
Kyoto State Guest House

Kyoto State Guest House

In order to welcome distinguished guests from countries all over the world, Kyoto State Guest House was built in 2005 as a Contemporary Japanese Style architecture, combining traditional Japanese skills with modern construction methods.
It can be used as a venue for events that have a certain level of public interest and are appropriate to be held in a state guest house.
The largest space in Kyoto State Guest House, Fuji no Ma, is used for European-style banquets and for ceremonial welcomes. The best of Japanese traditional skills are gathered, such as the tapestry on the wall woven in tsuzure-ori (polychrome tapestry) technique, depicting 39 varieties of flowers, the dantsu carpet on the floor showing windblown petals from the wisteria flowers depicted in the tapestry, the lattice-like ceiling illumination created using Mino Japanese paper and traditional Kyoto joinery.

Seating Capacity (Banquets)
Area(m2 Wi-Fi


Fuji no Ma: Approx. 120 people Fuji no Ma: Approx. 160 people Fuji no Ma: Approx. 359㎡(14m× 22m) Free
*Capacity might be reduced as part of anti-COVID19 measures. Please confirm them beforehand.

◆By Kyoto City Bus
Get off at Furitsu Idai Byoin-mae Bus Stop and walk about 7 minutes.

◆By Kyoto City Subway
Get off at Imadegawa Station on the Karasuma Line. About a 15-minute walk from Exit 3.

◆By Keihan Electric Railway
Get off at Demachi Yanagi Station on the Keihan Electric Railway. About a 20-minute walk from Exit 1.

Indoor/Outdoor/Outside (With roof) Front Garden
Site Area: Approx.1,196㎡

Juraku no Ma
Site Area: Approx.101㎡(13m×6m)
Seating Capacity: Approx.12 people

Yubae no Ma
Site Area: Approx.256㎡(8m×25m)
Seating Capacity: Approx.50 people

Kiri no Ma<

Accessibility Accessible restrooms are provided. Ostomate Restroom is located in the basement parking area.
Other Open only for non-commercial events.

Contact Information

State Guest House, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan

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