The Matsukaze Room was built by the Kuroda Clan to welcome the Emperor in the Meiji era (1868-1912) with the prestige of a former feudal lord's family. More than a hundred years later, it still retains its imposing appearance here and there.

    It is now used throughout the year as a place for entertaining dinners, wedding ceremonies, and as a stage for Go and Shogi title games.
    name Formal Japanese-style room Matsukaze
    Capacity Up to 20 people seated
    Area First room: 20.25 square meters (12.5 tatami mats) / Second room: 16.2 square meters (10 tatami mats) / Third room (audience room): 16.2 square meters (10 tatami mats)
    Facility Internet environment

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