Nijo Castle was built by the Tokugawa shogun, Ieyasu, in 1603 to protect Kyoto Imperial Palace and as a residence for the shogun when he visited Kyoto. It was completed in 1626 by the third Tokugawa shogun, Iemitsu, who used the remains of castles such as Fushimi Castle to complete it. With the castle built by Ieyasu and the sculptures and paintings comissioned by Iemitsu, one is able to get a glimpse into what is called the Momoyama Period 1624-1643 style.
It was a Castle that witnessed not only the rise and fall of the Tokugawa, but also overlooked changes in Japanese History.
We offer the best of hotel catering, with delicious foods and heartful hospitality.
Catering Plan at Nijo Castle, Nijo-jo from ￥9,500 / person
Price includes food, drink, staff, tax and service charge per person.
* Time limit: 2 hours.
* Please choose from “Western Cuisine” and “Bento box”.
* Includes unlimited beer, Japanese sake, red / white wine and soft drinks.
* Nijo Castle rental fee, Set up fee and Insurance fee will apply in addition to the package price.
Nijo Castle Nijo-jo – The Castle Owners’ Fundraising Group
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Your donation will be used as a part of renovation work of the World Heritage “Nijo Castle Nijo-jo”.
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