The Kingdom Garden Community Center is a unique community service complex comprising of B1 Level and is owned and managed by Japan Kingdom Builders Inc.
The center is located in Akishima City near Haijima Station and Yokota Air Base and features rehearsal studio, rental space, various instructional and educational classes and community services programs.
The 'kingdom' is inspired by the many different people groups coming together in unity. The 'Garden' is a symbol of life and creativity, producing many life-giving opportunities for the world. Our logo reflects this vision, as well as our refreshing interior design in sophisticated greenery and cool blues.
The Kingdom Garden Community Center holds a capacity of 50+ people and is fully equipped with:
• Lobby and Snack/Coffee Bar
• Live House & Rehearsal Hall
• Sound equipment
• Musical Instruments
• Projector Screen
• Dance Room Floor
Tama Drumset 250円
Roland RD-700 250円
Yamaha MO6 200円
B3 Organ 200円
Movis Acoustic Guitar 200円
Sepia Crue Acoustic Guitar 200円
Free Use Equipment
The Kingdom Garden Community Center is located in Akishima City in west Tokyo. It is approximately at 7-minute drive from Yokota Air Base and a 7-minute walk from the Haijima train station. The center is on the B1 Floor of the apartment building. Please follow a direction video as well as google map to be directed to us!
*Free Parking is available. (Please notify staff to locate parking lot)
Address: 5-23 Matsubarachō (B1), Akishima, Tokyo 196-0003
Free Parking Lot
Our Support Activity
We are devoted to the rehabilitation of Tokyo's homeless. A portion of each rental space fee goes towards our AKIRAMENAI homeless rehabilitation program.
In 2010, Japan Kingdom Builders, Inc CEO, Marcel Jonte, had a Homeless friend named Mr. Nishikawa who died while sleeping at Shinjuku Central Park due to alcohol abuse. Nishikawa was the leader of the homeless community. Marcel would go visit him every week after work to give him food and keep him company. When Marcel learned of Mr. Nishikawa's death he was greatly saddened and decided that he must do all he can do to help the homeless and socially disadvantaged in Tokyo.Then, Marcel launched support activities not only to give homeless people the necessary things, but also support activities that result in providing hope and reintegration back into society. Learn more