Tokyo Area Christmas Markets

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Tokyo Area Christmas Markets
Christmas Market Tree, Tokyo Midtown

During the month of December in Tokyo, there are many Christmas markets that people can go to enjoy the winter holidays. There are outdoor and indoor markets modeled after the ones in Europe. Here is a list of Tokyo Area Christmas Markets.

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Christmas Markets in Midtown, Tokyo

Tokyo Area Christmas Markets

Tokyo Midtown

Tokyo Midtown development gets into the holiday mood with a large Christmas market. It is located on the first basement floor of the Galleria shopping zone. This Christmas market revolves around a fantastic selection of Christmas ornaments and crafts, not usually found at the other Tokyo Christmas markets. Location: 9 Chome -7-1 Akasaka, Minato City, Tokyo Train Access: Roppongi Station, a few min walk Google Maps

Tokyo Skytree Town Dream Christmas

Tokyo Skytree Dream Town Christmas event is located at the most famous landmark in Tokyo, The Tokyo Skytree. The Skytree Christmas market offers a European styled atmosphere with Christmas foods, drinks, and desserts. The area is filled with a large Christmas tree, Christmas decorations, ornaments, and illuminations. Location: 1-Chome-1-2 Oshiage, Sumida-ku, Tokyo Train Access: Tokyo Skytree Station Google Maps

Art Rink in Red Brick Warehouse Yokohama

The Art Rink in Red Brick Warehouse is located in Minatomirai area of Yokohama. This is a large Christmas Market where you can enjoy authentic European style Christmas foods, drinks and shop for holiday ornaments and crafts. The old-style brick warehouse creates a nice Christmas atmosphere. Location: 1 Chome-1 Shinko, Naka Ward, Yokohama Train Access: Bashamichi Station, 5 min walk, Sakuragicho Station, 10 min walk Google Maps

Yebisu Garden Place Christmas Marché

The Yebisu Garden Palace Christmas Marché is a European style (French), Christmas Market. It is currently displaying the world’s largest Baccarat chandelier, a massive 10m tall Christmas tree and over a hundred thousand LED lights. There are small huts selling a variety of Christmas styled snacks and drinks. Location: 4 Chome-20, Ebisu, Shibuya, Tokyo Train Access: Ebisu Station, a few min walk Google Maps

Tokyo Christmas Market Shiba Park

The Tokyo Christmas Market Shiba Park is an outdoor European style Christmas market. This is the biggest Christmas market in Tokyo and it is a very festive place to visit for the holidays. There are large numbers of small huts selling traditional Christmas foods, drinks, holiday ornaments and crafts along with special music and live events. The main attraction is a massive Christmas tree imported straight from Dresden in Germany. Location: Minato City, Tokyo Train Access: Onarimon Station, a few min walk Google Maps

Roppongi Hills Christmas Market

Roppongi Hills Christmas Market is Tokyo’s oldest Christmas market and is held at the Roppongi Hills’ O-Yane Plaza. This Christmas market has been modeled after the Stuttgart, Germany Christmas market, which is one of the largest in the world. This Christmas market creates a great holiday atmosphere and it has a good collection of traditional German Christmas foods, beverages and there are a wide variety of ornaments and crafts for sale. Location: 6 Chome-10-1 Roppongi, Minato City, Tokyo Train Access: Roppongi Station, a few min walk Google Maps

Saitama Christmas Market

Saitama Christmas Market is located at the Saitama Super Arena. This market is inspired by traditional Weihnachtszauber Gendarmenmarkt in Berlin, Germany. This Christmas market features German-style Christmas foods, drinks and many handmade ornaments and crafts imported from Germany. Location: 8 Shintoshin, Chuo Ward, Saitama Train Access: Saitama Shintoshin Station, a few min walk Google Maps

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