Enjoy wonderful dishes together in a serene, relaxing atmosphere. From a large Japanese-style hall to a calm private room we Shunpanro produce your valuable time .
The Imperial Room, where the Emperor and Empress Showa stayed in 1958 and 1963, has been preserved to convey the glory of history. This hall has a highly sophisticated Japanese atmosphere with commanding views of the mountains in Kyushu and the currents of the Kanmon Straits.
|Area||35 jo (135 m2)|
|Capacity||Japanese-style hall, 30 persons|
|Type||Japanese-style (chairs and tables can be used)|
|Features||This hall overlooks the Kanmon Straits and is good for a meal with relatives or for entertaining special guests.|
We have ten large and small guest rooms, mainly Japanese style where you can relax. The rooms were renovated in November 2007 to offer a more sophisticated atmosphere. Two new family baths were also installed to provide more satisfactory relaxation.
|Kesa||8 seats (for dining only)|
|Shizuka||4 seats (for dining only)|
|Hatsune||4 seats (for dining only)|
|Tamaki||12.5 jo (with beds)|
For banquets for large groups, the Phoenix Room and the Kowa Room offer arrangements in accordance with the purpose of the guests. We wholeheartedly entertain guests to produce precious moments, such as bridal events, meetings, and anniversary gatherings, that create lifelong memories for all the guests.
|Capacity||60 to 180 for a formal dinner|
|Features||The room has a modern Japanese atmosphere. The interior is sophisticated with a phoenix motif on the ceiling. The main panel is an original design with high presence and produces a decent ceremony.|
|Capacity||40 to 60 for a formal dinner|
|Type||Western-style, wooden flooring|
|Features||The sophisticated beauty of the room was created by Mr. Yasuo Kondo, a designer. The ceiling and the floor reflect vivid colors from the LED lighting to produce diverse expressions. Newlyweds will feel at home at the same height as their guests.|
Manju can also be used as a meeting room.
The Shinto wedding ceremony hall shines in gold inside the building. The hall offers a solemn atmosphere appropriate for a traditional, elegant Shinto wedding ceremony. This hall enshrines the divided soul of Emperor Antoku, the deity of the Akama Shrine. There is no need to worry about weather during the ceremony, such as moving under the rain, extreme heat, or snowfall.