Open11:00 - 16:00 (last order 15:00)
ClosedSecond Wednesdays of each month; days with wedding receptions during weekends and holidays
Completed in 1933 during dismantling/rebuilding of the front entrance of the old Japanese Mint Bureau, this hall reopened in April 2013 after interior renovations. Part of Osaka's oldest example of Western-style architecture, it is registered as an Important Cultural Property. Additionally, the hall is used as the Meiji Emperor Memorial Hall and features a number of strong boxes from the time on display at the entrance. Banquet seating is 120, and a standing buffet allows upwards of 200 guests. The facilities are equipped with audio equipment and a large projector and projection monitor. Furthermore, the hall offers a course of French cuisine made with local Osakan ingredients.
Location〒 530-0042 1-1-1 Tenmabashi, Kita-ku, Osaka
Directions10-minute walk from JR Sakuranomiya or Kyobashi Stations
PriceLunch starting at ¥3,500