[ Discount ] Hotel Gajoen Tokyo Lunch Buffet & Hyakudan Kaidan Gallery Tour
1. Limited special offer! Established in the early Showa period (1926-1989), Hotel Gajoen Tokyo is renowned for its opulent decorations, historical structures, and garden which features a waterfall. This plan includes a normal lunch buffet at Hotel Gajoen Tokyo + admission to the Hyakudan Kaidan Gallery! Normally JPY 6,133 per adult, prices will be as follows:
 JPY 4,300 (weekdays) / JPY 4,800 (weekends and holidays)
[Until Sept. 2019] JPY 4,600 (weekdays) / JPY 5,200 (weekends and holidays)
[From Oct. 2019] JPY 4,700 (weekdays) / JPY 5,300 (weekends and holidays Spend a relaxing time at this tranquil, elegant space that will make you forget you’re right in the heart of the city.
2. Taste natural deliciousness at the New American Grill restaurant, which celebrated its Grand Opening in September of 2017. Here, traditional American cuisine fused with favorites from the cuisines of other countries is prepared with Japanese ingredients and cooking methods. Lunch is served at the New American Grill, and features a variety of food including simple grilled dishes.
3. The Hyakudan Kaidan gallery, also known as the ‘100-Step Staircase,’ is located in Meguro Gajoen’s Building 3, which was formerly the main building of Hotel Gajoen Tokyo. Built in 1935, this is the only existing original wooden structure from Meguro Gajoen. Resplendent banquets were formerly hosted in the seven rooms in this building, connected by a long, 99-step staircase corridor. The historical staircase uses 5 cm thick zelkova boards. Each room that the staircase leads to features its own uniquely extravagant interior, with artwork on the ceilings and walls by celebrated artists of the age. A range of exhibits offering a glimpse into Japanese culture are held at the Hyakudan Kaidan gallery, which is a Tangible Cultural Property of Tokyo.