Tokyo Meeting Venues

Tokyo Meeting Venues

Why Organize a Corporate Event in Tokyo?

Tokyo is one of the world’s most populated and exciting cities, blending a strong sense of tradition with modernity. The 98,000 guest rooms in Tokyo offer a wide choice of accommodations, from budget to international luxury brands. Tokyo meeting venues offer a variety of multi-purpose spaces as well as state-of-the-art equipment to meet the needs of any kind of event whether it be exhibitions, board meetings, workshops, trainings or corporate parties. Tokyo’s high-quality service has regularly been proven: the city hosted 228 congresses in 2014, which ranks Japan’s capital city 6th in the world. In October 2012, the International Monetary Fund & the World Bank Group annual meeting was successfully held raising Tokyo’s excellent reputation as a host city even higher.


Tokyo Meeting Venues - Grand Pacific Le Daiba

Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba


Tokyo’s two modern international airports handle all the main carriers giving excellent access for guests from around the world. Narita Airport offers over 1,450 international flights per week from 106 cities around the world. Haneda Airport serves 27 cities worldwide with over 600 flights every week. There are more than 160,000 restaurants in Tokyo and has more Michelin stars restaurants than any other city in the world. The quality and variety of world cuisines and authentic Japanese dishes at Tokyo meeting venues and throughout the city make events an unforgettable experience. 


Tokyo Meeting Venues - Royal Park Hotel The Shiodome

Royal Park Hotel The Shiodome


A short selection of top Tokyo Meeting Venues

A multitude of Tokyo meeting venues are suitable for business off-sites, so it is hardly surprising that the city has turned into one of the popular choices for different kinds of corporate events such as trainings, product launches, seminars, business lunches & dinners, etc. venuetomeet has curated an extensive list of the top Tokyo meeting venues – below are some of the highlights:

  • Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba – Situated at a short distance from central Tokyo and Imperial Palace, this beautiful European-style hotel in Odaiba district on Tokyo Bay overlooks Rainbow Bridge. The rooms are designed in a contemporary style with spectacular views and excellent facilities. Situated just 20 minutes from Haneda International Airport and only 15 minutes from the central business area, Grand Nikko Tokyo Daiba is an ideal place to stay whether your trip is for business. A variety of small-sized banquet rooms, elegant spaces fragrant with French chic, meet the needs of any reception or party. Also, a mid-sized banquet room representing the style of the 19th Century Paris Exhibition and a majestic banquet room reminiscent of a palace ballroom.
  • Royal Park Hotel The Shiodome – Delegates can easy reach this venue thanks to the Airport shuttle bus and the underpass connecting to two Metro stations. Shiosai banquet room can be separated into two areas to accommodate a variety of uses such as meetings, training sessions, parties and dinners for overnight group guests. High ceilings and oversized windows create a feeling of spaciousness and offer an excellent view of the beautiful Hama-Rikyu Garden and surrounding areas. Additional meeting rooms of all sizes are available and equipped with high-speed Internet access, including projectors, screens, and whiteboards.
  • Courtyard by Marriott Tokyo Ginza – Conveniently located in the middle of Tokyo’s commercial center, this meeting venue is specially equipped to meet business-oriented requirements. A few minutes walk from three subway lines; conference delegates can easily reach this venue from the airport and explore the rest of Tokyo. The meeting facilities offer ten distinct function rooms spread over 15,000 sq ft suitable for company events, offsite meetings, workshops, and trainings. After a long day of meetings, the famous Ginza District on Tokyo’s premier Showa-Dori Avenue is just around the corner, offering many shopping, sightseeing, and cultural attractions.