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Looking for the ideal meeting venue in Kobe? Discover the versatile event spaces and professional services offered by Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel. Book now and make your event a success!


Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel: The Ideal Meeting Venue for Every Occasion


Are you looking for the perfect meeting venue in Kobe? Look no further than the Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel. With its versatile and well-equipped event spaces, this hotel offers an ideal setting for a wide range of meetings and gatherings. Whether you have a small intimate gathering or a large corporate event, the Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel has you covered.

Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel - Meeting Spaces and Capacities

Small Hall "Jasmine"

With an area of 30sqm, the Small Hall "Jasmine" is a cozy yet functional space that can accommodate up to 24 guests. It is the perfect choice for intimate gatherings or small business meetings. Whether you are planning a dinner-style meeting or a theater-style presentation, this hall can cater to your needs. The Small Hall "Jasmine" offers a warm and inviting ambiance, making it an ideal setting for productive discussions.

Small Hall "Maple"

If you are looking for a slightly larger space, the Small Hall "Maple" is the perfect option. With an area of 66sqm, it can comfortably accommodate up to 56 guests. This versatile hall can be transformed to suit various event styles, including dinner, reception, school, and theater. The Small Hall "Maple" is designed to create a sophisticated atmosphere, making it an excellent choice for both formal and informal gatherings.

Medium Hall "Ball Room-A"

For larger events, the Medium Hall "Ball Room-A" offers an expansive area of 162sqm. With a capacity of 144 guests, it is perfect for corporate conferences, seminars, and gala dinners. The hall is equipped with state-of-the-art audiovisual equipment and can be set up in various configurations, including dinner, reception, school, theater, and square layout. The Medium Hall "Ball Room-A" exudes elegance and grandeur, making it an impressive venue for any occasion.

Medium Hall "Ball-B"

Similar to its counterpart, the Medium Hall "Ball-B" offers a generous area of 128sqm and can accommodate up to 90 guests. From formal banquets to theater-style presentations, this hall can be configured to suit a variety of event styles. The Medium Hall "Ball-B" is known for its modern design and versatility, making it a popular choice among event organizers.

Why Choose Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel for Your Meeting Venue?

  • Convenient Location: The Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel is centrally located in the heart of Kobe, making it easily accessible for all attendees. It is conveniently situated near major transportation hubs, including Sannomiya Station, making it a convenient choice for both local and international guests.
  • Professional Staff: The hotel's dedicated event planning team is committed to ensuring the success of your event. From assisting with event setup to providing technical support, their experienced staff will be by your side every step of the way.
  • State-of-the-Art Facilities: The meeting spaces at Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel are equipped with the latest audiovisual equipment, ensuring seamless presentations and productive meetings. Additionally, the hotel offers high-speed internet access, allowing for smooth virtual conferences and online collaborations.
  • Versatility: With a range of event spaces in various sizes, the Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel can cater to events of all scales and types. Whether you are planning a small board meeting or a large-scale conference, their versatile facilities can be tailored to your specific needs.


When it comes to finding the perfect meeting venue in Kobe, the Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel stands out as an excellent choice. With its well-equipped and versatile event spaces, professional staff, and convenient location, it offers everything you need for a successful and memorable event. Whether you need a small intimate space or a grand ballroom, the Kobe Sannomiya Tokyu REI Hotel has the perfect solution for any occasion. Book your meeting venue today and make your event a resounding success.

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Address 6-1-5 Kumoidori, Chuo-ku ,  Kobe 651-0096,  Hyogo, Japan, Asia
Small Hall "Jasmine" Area 30sqm Guest Capacity 24 Guest(s) Banquet/Meeting Style Dinner/Theater Small Hall "Maple" Area 66sqm Guest Capacity 56Guest(s) Banquet/Meeting Style Dinner,Reception,School,Theater Medium Hall "Ball Room-A" Area 162sqm Guest Capacity 144 Guest(s) Banquet/Meeting Style Dinner,Reception,School,Theater,Square Layout Medium Hall "Ball-B" Area 128sqm Guest Capacity 90Guest(s) Banquet/Meeting Style Dinner,Reception,School,Theater,Square Layout

Geisha Experience at Chaya in Tokyo
Ota City, Japan, Asia
Investment value 76.26 USD 
Get acquainted with a real-life geisha during a cultural experience in Tokyo. An intimate encounter designed for travelers interested in Japanese culture, this tour includes a geisha performance, traditionally featuring songs, dances, and games, and refreshments such as tea and sweets. Learn about the history of the geisha and upgrade to include lunch and unlimited drinks. A cultural experience designed to educate first-time visitors Watch a geisha performance, traditionally featuring songs, dances, and games Enjoy refreshments such as tea and Japanese sweets Upgrade to include lunch and unlimited drinks 
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Departure Point 1 Chome-12 Omorikita, Ota City, Tokyo 143-0016, Return Details Returns to original departure point Itinerary Pass By: Japan Awaits Travel company Pass By: Shinagawa Shrine Shinagawa Shrine is one of 10 shrines forming a ring around the Imperial Palace Pass By: Senso-ji Temple It is Tokyo's oldest temple, and one of its most significant. Pass By: Tokyo Skytree World's tallest freestanding broadcasting tower with an observation deck boasting 360-degree views. Pass By: Tokyo Tower Reminiscent of the Eiffel Tower, this landmark features observation areas and other attractions. Pass By: Meiji Jingu Shrine Surrounded by forest, this venerable Shinto shrine features a seasonal iris garden. Pass By: Imperial Palace This site with scenic gardens and tours of the grounds is the main residence of the emperor of Japan. Pass By: The East Gardens of the Imperial Palace (Edo Castle Ruin) Large landscaped gardens in the grounds of a palace first built in 1888, with some Edo castle ruins. Pass By: Tsukiji Fish Market Sprawling wholesale fish market with an array of seafood and viewing areas for a popular tuna auction. Pass By: Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden This former estate is now a 143-acre park with diverse garden areas, grassy expanses and a greenhouse. Pass By: Harajuku Station Buzzing Harajuku is renowned for its colorful street art and fashion scene, with quirky vintage clothing stores and cosplay shops along Takeshita Street Pass By: Roppongi Hills, Shop and Restaurant Roppongi is a lively entertainment district where locals and tourists mix in buzzing late-night bars and clubs. Pass By: Yoyogi Park Large, public city park with lakes, fountains and forested areas with mature trees. Pass By: Tokyo Metropolitan Government Buildings Kenzo Tange-designed City Hall complex with views from the tallest building's observation decks. Pass By: Hamarikyu Gardens Public park with a pond, laid out in the Edo-period style, on the site of 17th-century Shogun villa. Pass By: Omotesando Omotesandō is a zelkova tree-lined avenue located in Shibuya and Minato, Tokyo, stretching from the Meiji Shrine entrance to Aoyama-dōri, Pass By: Ueno Park A paradise-like oasis of green in the heart of busy Tokyo, Ueno Park is the city's largest green space and one of its most popular tourist attractions. Pass By: Takeshita Street This popular pedestrian street features trendy independent and chain shops, along with eateries. Pass By: Kabukicho District Kabukichō is an entertainment and red-light district in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan. Pass By: Tokyo National Museum Stately museum complex devoted to the art and antiquities of Japan, as well as other Asian countries. Pass By: Rikugi Park Playground Picturesque garden featuring traditional Japanese landscaping, several teahouses and a central pond. Pass By: Nakamise Shopping Street (Kaminarimon) Bustling shopping street connecting the main gate of Sensoji Temple and the main hall. Pass By: Edo-Tokyo Museum Major museum opened in 1993 and displaying artifacts from Tokyo's Edo period and one-off exhibits. Pass By: Taito Station Ueno Ameya Yokocho Popular indoor-outdoor market with many shops selling everything from food and gifts to apparel. Pass By: Edo Castle Stone-walled Moat Moats, walls and other remains of this castle built in 1457 are now part of the Tokyo Imperial Palace. Pass By: Koishikawa Korakuen Garden Tranquil, scenic landscape garden dating to the 17th century, with walking paths, a pond and bridges. Pass By: Yasukuni Shrine Shinto-style shrine commemorating Japanese war dead with a military history museum on its grounds. Pass By: Shinjuku Golden Gai Festive, popular city district famed for its narrow, winding alleys and numerous snug taverns. Pass By: Kappabashi Street (Kappabashi Dogugai) Popular shopping street known for its many restaurant-supply shops and kitchen-equipment dealers. Pass By: Tokyo Midtown Tokyo Midtown is a 569,000-square-meter mixed-use development in Akasaka, Tokyo, Japan Pass By: Mori Art Museum Art museum in the Mori Tower featuring a rotating exhibition of international contemporary artwork. Pass By: Zojo-ji Temple The main temple of Jōdo-shū Buddhism, this compound includes ornate buildings dating to the 1600s. Pass By: National Museum of Nature and Science Sprawling museum with a 360-degree movie theater and exhibits on topics such as dinosaurs and evolution. Pass By: National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation Miraikan Hands-on exhibits and classes exploring the future of science and technology, plus a cafe and a gift shop. Pass By: Ginza Tokyo's most famous upmarket shopping, dining and entertainment district, featuring numerous department stores, boutiques, art galleries, restaurants, night clubs and cafes.

Tokyo Sumo Morning Practice
Sumida City, Japan, Asia
Investment value 90.35 USD 
Get an inside look into Japan’s ancient, traditional national sport: sumo wrestling. Travelers can find it hard to gain access to the wrestlers’ stables without local help. On this morning training tour you’ll see the athletes practicing, close up. Enjoy this exclusive insight into Japanese culture and history through this fascinating sport. See the wrestlers in an unstaged practice setting Tour photos are included Get insider access with your local guide Sports enthusiasts will especially love this tour 
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Departure Point Japan, 〒130-0015 Tokyo, Sumida City, Yokoami, 1-chōme−3−5 JR両国駅東口高架下 Right outside of JR Ryogoku Station East Exit Please note that there are two Ryogoku stations and the meeting point is the JR Ryogoku station, (NOT Toei-Oedo line Ryogoku station). Your guide will be holding an orange/red board saying "Magical Trip". Return Details Returns to original departure point Itinerary Stop At: Ryogoku Your guide will walk with you to one of the sumo stables. It will take around 5min to 30min depending on which stable is available to us that day. You will enter the stable together with your guide and watch the sumo practice for around 1 to 2 hours. Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes Admission Ticket Included Pass By: Ryogoku Station You will meet your guide and group at Ryogoku JR Station East Exit. Your guide will be holding a red/orange "MagicalTrip" board. PLEASE NOTE: There are two Ryogoku stations. Do NOT go to Ryogoku Oedo Line Station. Pass By: Edo-Tokyo Museum Pass by Edo Tokyo Museum next to Ryogoku Station Pass By: Ryogoku Kokugikan Pass by Ryogoku Kokugikan Stop At: Sumo Museum After watching the sumo practice, the group will visit the sumo museum unless it is closed. Duration: 30 minutes Admission Ticket Included Pass By: Ryogoku Station After watching the sumo practice your guide will walk you back to Ryogoku station. ;

Akihabara Anime & Gaming Adventure
Chiyoda City, Japan, Asia
Investment value 71.22 USD 
Whether you’re an anime and gaming fan, or you just want to learn more about this exciting part of Japanese popular culture, this is the tour for you. Get explanations about Japanese culture that you wouldn’t get if exploring the area alone, and experience all the “must do” activities in Akihabara, such as visiting a retro video game store, a maid cafe, a photo booth, and much more. Get a guide’s shortlist of top Akihabara experiences, such as a maid cafe A small-group tour means a more personalized experience Enjoy the perk of having maid cafe entry, a drink, and a photo included Benefit from having a guide who can answer questions as you explore 
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Departure Point 1 Chome-17 Sotokanda, Chiyoda City, Tokyo 101-0021, Japan In front of Ticket Office right outside of Electric Town Gate of JR Akihabara station. Your guide will be holding a red/orange sign saying "Magical Trip" Return Details Returns to original departure point Itinerary Pass By: Akihabara Meet up at the JR Akihabara station with your guide and start exploring the town! Pass By: Sega Akihabara 1st Pass by Sega Akihabara Pass By: Akiba Zettai Ryōiki Maid Cafe Stop At: Akihabara A lot of unique Japanese stuff like Maid Cafe, Gaming center and more Duration: 3 hours Admission Ticket Free Pass By: Akihabara Vending Machine Corner Last tope is the weired vending machine corner. You can take a look and purchase there. Stop At: Akihabara Explore the anime town, Akihabara with a local guide for 3 hours. Duration: 3 hours Admission Ticket Free ;

World Heritage of Nikko Toshogu,Lake Chuzenji,Kegon Falls
Shinjuku City, Japan, Asia
Investment value 132.87 USD 
Enhance your experience of Nikko National Park on an enriching full-day excursion from Tokyo. Feast your eyes upon breathtaking countryside, sacred shrines, and stunning temples as you explore the region with an accomplished guide. Visit Toshogu Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage site dedicated to Shinto worship, and hear about the structure’s fascinating history. Opt for the upgrade to pleasure your palate with a traditional Japanese lunch, and then absorb the natural splendor of Lake Chuzenji and Kegon Falls. Plus, enjoy the convenience of round-trip transportation from Tokyo on this comprehensive tour. Full-day trip to Nikko National Park from Tokyo See the impressive wood carvings and ornate structures of Toshogu Shrine, a UNESCO World Heritage site Enjoy a Japanese lunch (if option selected) Round-trip transportation from central Tokyo 
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Departure Point 2 Chome-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0023, Japan Departure time 8:15am Keio Plaza Hotel, JTB Sunrise Tours Check in Counter, Main Building 3rd Floor Departure Time 8:15 AM Return Details 1-chōme-7-2 Nishishinjuku, Shinjuku City, Tokyo 160-0023, Japan Near Shinjuku station, West Exit Climb aboard a comfortable, air-conditioned coach from your meet-up point at centrally located Keio Plaza Hotel, and begin the scenic drive the Nikko, a serene city at the entrance of Nikko National Park. Head straight to what is unanimously hailed as the park’s most spectacular site, the Toshogu Shrine, a UNESCO-listed mausoleum of a revered monarch whole ruled Japan in the 17th century. Marvel at lavish gold-leaf embellishments and opulent chambers during your exploration of the monument. See iconic carvings depicting the ‘hear no evil’ proverb, and then revitalize with a delectable Japanese lunch if you selected the option at booking. Next, venture to the natural landmark of Kegon Waterfall. Capture the perfect pictures of the falls from a variety of vantage points, including the observation deck. Conclude your tour with some retail therapy at one of Tokyo’s most extravagant entertainment districts. Peruse shops for special souvenirs (own expense), and refresh with a snack at one of the many eateries (own expense) before making your own way back to your hotel. Itinerary Stop At: Kegon Falls * Duration: 30 minutes Admission Ticket Included Stop At: Nikko Tosho-gu * Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes Admission Ticket Included Stop At: Lake Chuzenji * Duration: 10 minutes Admission Ticket Free

Mount Fuji and Hakone
Tokyo, Japan, Asia
Investment value 615.61 USD per group (up to 7) 
Check out one of Japan's most beautiful, iconic destinations—Mt. Fuji—on this convenient day tour from Tokyo. Visit several places in the Fuji area from where you can get beautiful views of the mountain (weather permitting), including Hakone, Lake Kawaguchi, the 5th Station on Mt. Fuji, and more. As this is a private tour, you can customize the itinerary to suit your own interests. The flexible itinerary can be adjusted to suit your needs See as much or as little as you like during the day, as this is a private tour for you An easy and hassle-free way of visiting the Fuji area from Tokyo Travelers with a range of interests will enjoy the attractions around Mt. Fuji 
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Departure Point Tokyo, Japan We will pick you from your Hotel or place of staying. Departure Time 8:30 AM Return Details Returns to original departure point Itinerary Stop At: Mount Fuji Visit Mt fuji viewing locations and Hakone at same day on this day trip from Tokyo. This tour is private charter with English speaking guide. Our guide will introduce you beautiful places with fun. The trip is fully customizable and we are open for your suggestions. Recommend itinerary Mt fuji and Hakone itinerary - lake Kawaguchi - mt fuji 5th station - Kachi Kachi ropeway - Hakone ropeway - lake ashi - owakudani Hotel drop off at 6:30. Mt Fuji area only suggested itinerary Mt fuji 5th Station if weather permitted Lake Kawaguchi Kachi Kachi ropeway Kita hongou Sengen shrine Oshino Hakkai Oishi park Arashiyam Sengen shrine if we have time or depend upon customer preferences. Duration: 10 hours Admission Ticket Free Stop At: Mt. Fuji 5th Station The Last Point at Mt fuji where we can reach by Car. Duration: 30 minutes Admission Ticket Not Included Stop At: Lake Kawaguchiko 2nd Biggest Lake of Mt Fuji area after Lake Yamanaka. You can see Mt Fuji from Kachi Kachi ropeway or cruise at Lake Kawaguchi. Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Not Included Stop At: Lake Ashinoko Lake Ashi, also referred to as Hakone Lake or Ashinoko Lake, is a scenic lake in the Hakone area of Kanagawa Prefecture in Honshū, Japan. You can Experience Pirate Cruise at Lake Ashi. Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Not Included Stop At: Oshino Hakkai Small village in a scenic setting with 8 ponds, views of Mt. Fuji and vendors of food and souvenirs. Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Free Stop At: Kitaguchi Hongu Fuji Sengen Jinja Shrine In the past, Fujiyoshida's Sengen Shrine used to be the common starting point for climbing Mount Fuji from the north Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Free Stop At: Arakurayama Sengen Park Iconic pagoda on a hilltop facing Mt. Fuji in Arakurayama Sengen Park, reached via 398 steps. Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Free Stop At: Saiko Iyashi no Sato Nemba A traditional Japanese village Duration: 1 hour Admission Ticket Not Included