Updated: April 15, 2019
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Must-Visit Christmas Markets in Tokyo!

Wondering what to do in Tokyo for Christmas? How about going to a Christmas market and enjoying shopping and eating with your friends, family, or boyfriend or girlfriend? Here is a list of Tokyo's Christmas markets where you can have a wonderful Christmas experience!

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Tokyo Skytree Town

Tokyo Skytree Town is a popular sightseeing spot at the foot of the highest tower in Tokyo, the Tokyo Skytree. You'll find many stores and restaurants there. When Christmas draws near, it holds a Christmas market.

One good thing about the Christmas market there is the illuminations. You will be amazed by how beautiful they are. Besides that, you can also enjoy the lit-up Tokyo Skytree which is very impressive because of its height. You can have a glass of beer and some snacks in this exciting atmosphere.

In 2017, it starts on November 9th and ends on December 25th. The illumination will be from 16:00~24:00.


A minute walk from the Tokyo Skytree station.
A 3-minute walk from Oshiage station.


1-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

Roppongi Hills

Roppongi Hills is a large multi-purpose complex. It also has a Christmas market every year, which is said to be a reproduction of the world's largest Christmas market in Stuttgart, Germany.

Although it is not so big, there are thousands of cute Christmas-related goods sold at stalls. You can, of course, enjoy the authentic German food like sausages while feeling the lively atmosphere. There is live music too.

Details have not been released yet for this year. We will update the information as soon as it becomes available.


A minute walk from the 1C exit of Roppongi station


6-11-1 Roppongi, Minato-ku, Tokyo

Hibiya Park

Hibiya Park also holds a Christmas market, which is conveniently located in the middle of Tokyo. You must see this high tower called the "Christmas pyramid" which is about 14m high and rotates continuously.

It is known for its cute goods and a variety of foods too. You can drink wine and other drinks poured into specially made cups with pizzas, desserts, and more, as well as German snacks.

Details have not released yet. We will update the information as soon as it becomes available.


2-minute walk from Kasumigaseki station
2-minute walk from Hibiya station
8-minute walk from Yurakucho station


Hibiyakoen, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo


If you will be in Tokyo during the Christmas season, why not visit these Christmas Markets to feel the exciting atmosphere and see beautiful decorations and illuminations? It's a very fun event for families, friends, and couples!

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