IMASA  (Chiyoda City-Designated Tangible Cultural Property. The house of Masakado mound Preservation Society)



Built in 1927, a store and residence of a lumber dealer who started business in the Edo period. The structure was relocated by the Endo family in the Kanda Kamakura-cho. With its valuable work of architecture, it was designated as a Tangible Cultural Asset by Chiyoda City in 2008. It reflects the style of prewar store and house and using their excellent choice of woods and the finest materials as well as the traditional architecture technologies of the Edo period.
To arrange a small-group private tour during MICE, please contact DMO TOKYO Marunouchi.

Opening hours: 11:00AM 〜4:00PM
Closed on Mondays, irregularly, Year-end & New Year, and temporary during summer vacation.


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  • 139.7676258650985

In Miyamoto Park, 2-16 Soto-Kanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo


From Narita Airport
Train:80 min.
Car:60 min.
From Tokyo International Airport (Haneda Airport)
Train:40 min.
Car:30 min.
5 minutes walk from Ochanomizu Station on the JR Chuo/Sobu line
8 minutes walk from Akihabara Station on the JR Yamanote/Keihin-tohoku/Sobu line

5 minutes walk from B1 exit, Shin-Ochanomizu station, Subway Marunouchi/Chiyoda Line (M19/C12)
6 minutes walk from #3 exit, Suehirocho station, Subway Ginzaq Line (G14)

It is a private property and is usually closed to the public. On specific days, the part of store such as the earthen floor, garden, Japanese-style room etc, are open to the public as a cafe space.
The inside of the building is not large, but each room has a different charm and you can enjoy a luxurious private space and unique Japanese architecture.

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