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National Diet Building

1-7-1 Nagatacho, Chiyoda 100-0014, Tokyo Prefecture
+81 3-5521-7445
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
1-7-1 Nagatacho, Chiyoda 100-0014, Tokyo Prefecture
Akasaka / Roppongi
+81 3-5521-7445
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If you've ever watched the fights break out in the Japanese parliament on TV, then you'll be happy to know that you can actually visit the place where it all happens. ^^ Since the building is in use, there is strict security so you should...More

Thank Sarah Z
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We took the tour of the House of Representatives. You can book ahead up to 10 days. The tour is fully in English and takes place twice a week. It is supposed to last 90 minutes but it ended a bit early. No pictures are...More

Thank Julian T
Reviewed 6 July 2017 via mobile

On our tour there were 2 other people and us, making 4, but we had 8 Japanese officials guiding us, making us feel very privileged. We pre booked via email, then arrived in good time to complete the paperwork for security. You need to have...More

Thank Oystercatcher M
Reviewed 16 May 2017

This building is very impressive. However, it is surrounded by many trees so not much visible. It was worth walking around.

Thank OZS969
Reviewed 27 April 2017

There were Foreign dignaties in the Siet whilst we were paying a visit to the site but it is a fine representation of modern Japanese Classical building

Thank Aussiebd
Reviewed 24 February 2017

The building is somewhat unusual but unless you're interested in Japanese politics, better go to other attractions.

Thank Shibuyakko
Reviewed 16 February 2017

It is an impressive building and one worth visiting if your are near Hibiya Park of the Imperial Palace. Walk from Hibiya past the Palace moat on the right and the Police and other government buildings to the left and it will be in front.

Thank Oldjack
Reviewed 31 January 2017

The National Diet Building looks rather austere and pyramidal looming above the more pacific area within which it is located. Tours of parts of it are possible in groups of 10, admission is free, and the service is friendly. I like to include the Diet...More

Thank warren D
Reviewed 15 October 2016

I did not go inside the Naional Diet Building. I walk past while enjoying the Imperial Palace. Does it worth the visit from the outside it looks imposing.

Thank Aladji A
Reviewed 27 June 2016

I made this my first stop in Japan. A Wednesday afternoon and I was not allowed in, apparently booked for a school visit. I could only take photos from outside. Luckily students were posing for a photo and I got the one good shot which...More

Thank Richard M
Akasaka / Roppongi
Not so long ago the Akasaka and Roppongi areas were
famous for their nightlife, high-class restaurants,
bars and clubs. More recently, with the opening of
Roppongi Hills, Tokyo Midtown and Akasaka Sacas, the
area has declared itself as the most fashionable spot
to be seen. The area also hosts the National Art
Center and the Mori Art Museum and lots of trendy art
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19 May 2016|
Response from BengalCatLady | Reviewed this property |
There was no dress code displayed in writing when I attended, but the Japanese tend to be more formal than Western cultures so too casual attire might be frowned upon (although not outright banned).