Saiku Heian Era Park is a reconstructed historical site of the palace of the Saio princesses who served Amaterasu Omikami, the goddess enshrined in Ise Jingu, on behalf of the emperor. The Main Pavilion, East Pavilion and West Pavilion were recreated according to archaeological evidence. This is one of the few venues where visitors can have the rare experience of what life was like back in the Heian Era for the Japanese people.
The West Pavilion is equipped with air conditioning and can accommodate up to 60 people for a conference or a lecture meeting. The grounds in front of the Main Pavilion can accommodate approximately 150 people for a concert.
|Square in front of Main Pavilion||150||Please inquire|
|West Pavilion||129.6||60||48||36||Please inquire||Please
Operating hours for convention facilities: 9:00～22:00
Closed: Mondays (If Monday is a National Holiday, the facility is closed the next day instead), the year-end and the New Year Holidays
Reservation start date: N/A
Wi-Fi Areas: All area 8:00～18:00
5 min. walk from Kintetsu Saiku Station
20 min. drive from Tamaki Exit of Ise Expressway
5 larage-sized buses (free parking), 100 standard-sized cars (free parking)
2800 Meiwa-cho Saiku, Taki-gun, Mie 515-0332
TEL +81-596-52-7126 FAX +81-596-52-7133
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