Christmas is a season for family, and especially lovers in Japan. The Tokyo Christmas Market in Hibiya is one of the most extravagant ones in Japan. Supported by the German Tourism and German Embassy, visitors will definitely get a taste of Europe.
The Christmas Pyramid is a known symbol of Christmas in Europe, which will also be showcased here, along with stellar illuminations. Hibiya will turn into a cozy Christmas town, with a 14-meter tall Christmas tree shipped from Germany!
Stalls and shops like those in Zeifen village will open; from handmade holiday ornaments to hot chocolate, beer and Christmas workshops, this market is perfect for the holiday season. There will also be live performances, like choir from Germany.
An admission mug will be given as well which can be used to purchase hot drinks inside the venue. In addition, the first set sold at the store has a different design from the mug of the admission privilege. Collecting two types of mugs is one of the pleasures of this time so take the chance to grab the other while you're at it.
The event will strictly adhere to a two-hour system, however, you can re-enter for 500 yen, which is half the price, only on the day of the event. In that case, you may present the mug and wristband you received when you first entered the venue at the entrance.
Moreover, since capacity is limited to each time zone and in order to prevent infectious diseases, admission may be restricted or staggered admission may be required during times of congestion, including weekdays. For advanced bookings or reservations, you may visit here for more information.
Approximately 1 minute walk from Exit A14 of Hibiya Station on the Hibiya Line or Chiyoda Line and approximately 10 minutes on foot from JR Yurakucho Station Hibiya Exit.
Find out more about Hibiya Park.