“Unique venues” refers to distinctive places, including historical and traditional buildings and art and cultural facilities, which made available as venues for large-scale gatherings such as business meetings and gala dinners, sure to provide participants with an extraordinary experience of arts, culture, and history.
Take advantage of Chiba prefecture’s sophisticated urban spaces and vestiges, as well as the abundant nature and attractive tourism resources while being located in the Tokyo metropolitan area.
Chiba City Museum of Art
Sayado Hall, which is a restored and preserved historic building designated as a cultural asset of Chiba City, as well as the top-floor Lecture Hall commanding a panoramic urban view, are available for meetings and receptions.
Located within walking distance of Makuhari Messe, this Japanese garden where you can enjoy the changing seasons is available for events. You can also use an authentic sukiya-style tea house called “Shoraitei” for dinner.
Tea House “Shoraitei” and garden lawn area 100 people standing; 50 people seated
The area around the Chiba Central Port’s passenger ship pier is 20 minutes by bus from Makuhari Messe. Three adjacent facilities and the park can be used in an integrated manner to hold large-scale seaside events.
Maximum number of people
Pier-01 Restaurant 300 people (standing)
Amandan Sail 270 people (standing)
Ocean Table Restaurant 300 people (standing)
Located in Inohana Park, which was developed as a historical park in the center of Chiba City, the Chiba City Folk Museum (Chiba Castle) is a four-level five-story facility. Enjoy views of Mt. Fuji and the Skytree tower from the top-floor observation room, which is available for events.
This world-class velodrome at the heart of Chiba City features cutting-edge audio and lighting equipment, which can be used to create various stage settings. You can rent the entire velodrome to hold large-scale indoor events.
Featuring a temple-inspired design, this museum blends in perfectly with the surrounding nature of Naritasan Park. The Central Hall is available for receptions while the Conference Room and Training Room are suitable for events where food and beverages are served.
Boso-no-Mura (literally, the village of Boso) is located in the town of Sakae, 20 minutes by bus from Narita Airport. You can have cultural experiences at facilities that reproduce traditional townscapes of the Boso region or hold large-scale outdoor events at Event Square.
Japan's ﬁrst civil aviation museum is 15 minutes by bus from Narita Airport. The West Wing exhibition room is available for cocktail parties while the Experience Hall is available for award ceremonies and parties.
The Yatsurugi Hachiman shrine with over 800 years of history is located in Kisarazu City, 30 minutes from Haneda Airport via Aqualine. Its Sanshuden building, which is made entirely of Japanese cypress, can be used to provide your event with a quintessential Japanese atmosphere.
The Chiba Convention Bureau and International Center (CCB-IC) provides all-round services to assist organizers holding MICE events, including meetings, incentive travel, conventions, and events and exhibitions, in Chiba Prefecture.
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