Kyoto City provides the World Heritage Site Nijo-jo Castle MICE Plan, which is designed to make the most of the castle’s historical value and status to promote understanding of its magnificence as a cultural asset and its preservation and inheritance.
The fees will be used to cover the cost of the World Heritage Site Nijo-jo Castle Full-scale Renovation Project.*
The city is seeking cooperation in its Nijo-jo Castle Owners’ Fundraising Campaign to support the restoration project. Your assistance would be greatly appreciated.
* World Heritage Site Nijo-jo Castle Full-scale Renovation Project: A 20-year project to thoroughly renovate the castle, in which structures designated as cultural assets, including Ninomaru-goten Palace, will be restored for the first time since their establishment by Tokugawa Ieyasu in 1603.
Projects to apply
Meetings, training, receptions, exhibitions, events, and other projects conducted by companies and groups.
7:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m.
* The use of some venues is restricted to accept ordinary visitors.
Castle closed days
December 29 – 31
* The use on castle closed days is negotiable.
Applications for the plan are being received at any time through coordinators of the World Heritage Site Nijo-jo Castle MICE Plan