The Akasaka State Guest House, since opening in 1974, continues to provide accommodation for state and official guests of the Japanese government, including monarchs, presidents and prime ministers from countries all over the world. It serves as a splendid stage for diplomatic activities, such as welcoming ceremonies, and meetings and receptions attended by leading figures in the political, business and academic circles. It has also functioned as a venue for such important international conferences as the Tokyo G7 Summit meetings in 1979, 1986 and 1993 and the Japan-ASEAN Commemorative Summit of 2003.
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State Guest House, Akasaka Palace