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The construction of the neo-gothic Chapel began in 1901 and was completed in March 1902. A Belgian stained-glass artist, Jules Dobbelaere, produced the windows in 1903. The Chapel ceiling and 30,000 pieces of stained-glass were sent back to France for cleaning and repairs. In 1990 it was gazetted as a National Monument of Singapore.


Gazetted as a national monument in 1990, Caldwell House is one of the oldest building in Singapore.

Its neoclassical style design is one of the few surviving works of renowned architect, G.D Coleman. The Grand Gallery on level 2, renamed The Alcove is managed by Watabe Wedding Singapore.

“Following on the trust and achievements since inception, we strive to propose world class products and services which will excite our customers.”

President & CEO, Nobuaki Hanafusa

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Watabe Singapore

Watabe Wedding Group started life as a “Kimono” (Japanese traditional cloths) rental shop in 1953 and has grown into one of the world’s leading bridal company, offering a wide range of domestic and international wedding services and consultation in Japan, Guam, Hawaii, Bali, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore to name a few.

Watabe Wedding Group operates 14 chapels around the world and have served more than 430,000 wedding couples worldwide with an average of tying the knot for 30,000 couples annually. Watabe Singapore Pte Ltd was established on 5th Jan, 2011 as a 100% subsidiary of Watabe Wedding Corporation to manage the operations of Chijmes Hall.


We have more than 40 years of experience in executing overseas weddings for Japanese couples and we currently operate 46 wedding facilities over the world.

Click on the map to begin exploring Watabe Wedding branches around the world.

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