Experiential visit
Heritage house discovery

Wednesday, 31 October 2018

Discover how Sonoda House is a perfect prototype of post-World War II western architectural influences impacting the construction of traditional Japanese wooden houses. The introduction of this design can be attributed to the architect Junzo Yoshimura in 1955.

Courtesy of Heritage House Trust, its objective is the conservation of prestigious private residences throughout Japan that have been passed down the generations. In a society where few residential homes can be preserved, this is a rare opportunity to witness the durability of specialized architectural techniques and how they can create unique environments that have captured and retained their original way of life.

There will be live musical accompaniment from a non-profit organization during the tour, and linked with Heritage Houses Trust.


First come, first served

Meeting point: Lobby Palace Hotel, 8.45 am

Coach transfer to luncheon and forum at Happo-en will depart at 11.30 am

Dress code: Business attire

Please note that your contact details will be collected and retained by Lombard Odier Trust (Japan) Limited and may be shared with other Lombard Odier Group entities for the purposes of this event.