Enjoy a festive adult Christmas in the sacred Christmas colors and be enchanted by the light space magic of the dazzling illuminations.


Tokyo Midtown will celebrate its third Christmas this year. Gaien-dori Avenue, the plaza area and other parts of Tokyo Midtown will be decorated with gorgeous illuminations. We recommend “Starlight Garden” on the lawn, which is said to be the largest illumination in Tokyo Midtown, and “Champs Elysees Illumination” along Sakura-dori.

Period: November 12 – December 25
Lighting hours: 17:00 – 24:00, however, hours may vary depending on the illumination.
Number of decorated lights: Approximately 700,000 bulbs
Inquiries: Tokyo Midtown 03-3475-3100

Tokyo Midtown Illumination Tour

There is a limited time tour to enjoy the charm of Tokyo Midtown Illumination more. Participants will receive an original pin badge. The number of participants is limited to 10 for each tour, and the registration will start on November 9.

Period: November 20 – December 25 / 1 day 1-3 times / each time takes about 1 hour
Hours: 17:00 – 20:30
Admission: Junior high school students and older: 1,500 yen / Elementary school students: 700 yen / Preschool children: free
Inquiries: Tokyo Midtown 03-3475-3100

Roppongi Hills “Artelligent Christmas

Roppongi is home to a variety of adult illuminations inspired by the color “snow white” that can be enjoyed at Keyakizaka, 66 Plaza and Mori Park. The Keyakizaka illumination stretches for 400 meters and is called the “Snow Walkway.

Period: November 4 – December 25
Lighting hours: 17:00 – 23:00
Number of lights: approx. 530,000
Inquiries: Roppongi Hills 03-6406-6000

Marunouchi Nakadori Avenue “Marunouchi Illumination

An eight-meter-tall Christmas tree will decorate the atrium of Marucube, located on the first floor of the Marunouchi Building. A fantastic champagne gold illumination will light up Marunouchi Naka-dori Avenue, the 1.1-kilometer stretch of street between Otemachi and Yurakucho.

Period: November 12 – February 14
Lighting hours: 17:00 – 23:00 *Lighting ceremony will be held on the first day
Number of decorative lights: approx. 850,000 bulbs
Inquiries: Marunouchi Call Center 03-5218-5100

Maxim’s de Paris Bar Lounge, B3F, Sony Building, Ginza 5-chome

You can enjoy the blissful tea time “millefeuille”, cafe menu and alcohol as a bar lounge. It is a long-established shop where Japan’s original strawberry millefeuille was first sold in Japan about 40 years ago.

Business hours: Monday – Saturday / 12:00 – 23:00, Sunday and National Holidays / 22:00
Closed: New Year’s Day
Inquiries: Maxime de Paris 03-3572-3625

Mikimoto Garden Plaza “Mikimoto Jumbo Christmas Tree

The Christmas tree decorated with elegant red and white illumination is a “fir” tree brought from Tsumagoi Village in Gunma Prefecture with its roots still attached. Every hour (once an hour), visitors can enjoy a synchronized performance of music and light.

Period: November 7 – December 25
Lighting hours: 10:00 – 22:00 *On the first day, from 16:30 – 22:00 From 4:30 p.m. on the first day
Number of decorative lights: approx. 3,000 bulbs
Inquiries: Mikimoto Customers Service Center 03-5550-5678

Takenotsuka Station area – Motobuchie Park “Festival of Light

Eco-friendly LED illuminations will illuminate the zelkova trees lining the 1.2-kilometer stretch from Takenotsuka Station to Motofuchie Park. Eight main trees, each measuring about 20 meters, will line Motobuchie Park.

Period: November 28 – December 25
Lighting hours: 17:00 – 22:00 *Motofuchie Park: 21:00
Number of lights: approx. 600,000
Inquiries: Adachi City Tourism Exchange Association 03-3880-5853

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