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June 21, 2018
Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs, Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau

Opening of Tokyo Unique Venues, a one-stop comprehensive support center

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government and the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau are promoting the use of Tokyo’s museums, Japanese gardens, and other venues that can make an event extra special as unique venues for meetings and events-collectively referred to as MICE*-receptions, and other occasions.
In order to provide comprehensive support for MICE organizers and others who want to use these unique venues, the “Tokyo Unique Venues” service center has been established within the Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau. By providing one-stop services such as responding to inquiries, introducing facilities, and assisting in coordinating matters from the planning to the holding of events to further promote the use of the unique venues, Tokyo will become an even more attractive location for MICE events.

*MICE: Meeting, Incentive, Convention, and Exhibition/Event

Overview of Tokyo Unique Venues service center


Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau
Nisshin Bldg., 6th floor
346-6 Yamabuki-cho
Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 162-0801


From 9:00 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. on weekdays (Closed on Saturday, Sunday, national holidays, and year-end and new-year holidays)


Phone: +81-3-5579-8870
E-mail: tokyouniquevenues (at)
*The e-mail address above has been altered to prevent spam e-mails. Please replace (at) with @.

Outline diagram of business flow chart

Introduction of venues

Introduce facilities that can be used as unique venues according to the needs of the user.

Proposal of plans

Propose events that can be held at the venues.


Coordinate with venues and assist in coordination with the relevant authorities concerned with use of the venues.

Introduction of contractors

Introduce venue preparation contractors, catering services, and others according to the content of the event.


Promote the use of the unique venues to MICE organizers and others.

The Action Plan for 2020
This project is part of the “Action Plan for 2020.”
Smart City: “An international city and tourist destination open to the world”


(Regarding the project in general)
Planning Section, Tourism Division
Bureau of Industrial and Labor Affairs
 Phone: +81-3-5320-4687 (Assistance available in Japanese only)
(Regarding details and how to use the venues)
Convention Project Division
Tokyo Convention & Visitors Bureau
 Phone: +81-3-5579-2684 (Assistance available in Japanese only)