Best Christmas Markets in Tokyo 2021

Tokyo Christmas Market: Best Spots to Spend Christmas in Tokyo!

Best Christmas Markets in Tokyo 2021: Holiday season is just around the corner.. Let’s celebrate Christmas in the most traditional way! Visit German style Christmas Markets while you are in Tokyo 🙂

Several Christmas events are held in Tokyo from November including authentic European Christmas Markets with lots of traditional hot foodm drinks, Christmas trees, illuminations and decorations. Check out my list of the best Christmas Markets in Tokyo 2021!


1. Roppongi Hills

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Roppongi Hills Christmas Market

Tokyo’s oldest Christmas market is held at Roppongi Hills’s Oyane Plaza. The Christmas market has been held to recreate the one in Stuttgart, Germany which is known as the largest Christmas market in the world. At the market, traditional German Christmas food, beverage and over 1,500 Christmas crafts are sold.

Along with the jolly Christmas atmosphere in the market, enjoy the romantic illuminations at Roppongi Hills held at the same period, including a huge Christmas trees and the famous Keyakizaka Street illumination.

Map: https://goo.gl/hLvPv7

Access: Direct access is available from Tokyo Metro Roppongi station Exit 1C

Dates: 27 November to 25 December 2021

More info: Roppongi Hills Winter Illumination

2. Hibiya Park

Tokyo Christmas Market

Tokyo Christmas Market is an outdoor European style Christmas market which has been held since 2015. The event takes place at Hibiya Park, Tokyo. It’s the biggest Christmas market in Tokyo featuring a large numbers of small huts selling traditional Christmas food, drinks and ornaments as well as special live events. The admission ticket costs 1,000 yen, which comes with an original novelty mug.

Map: https://goo.gl/zB73mP

Access: short walk from Onarimon Station

Date: 10 to 25 December 2021

Hours: 11:00~22:00

3. Yebisu Garden Place

Yebisu Garden Place Christmas Marché

Yebisu Garden Palace is best known as one of best winter illumination spots in Tokyo, displaying the world’s biggest Baccarat chandelier, a massive 10m tall Christmas tree and over 100,000 LED lights. During the season, a French style Christmas Market “Christmas Marché” is held at the site with a variety of hot snacks and drinks. It’s highly recommended for couples as it has very romantic atmosphere.

Map: https://goo.gl/twKtxB

Access: 5 mins walk from Ebisu station via Ebisu Sky Walk

Dates: TBA

Hours: 12:00~20:00

More info: Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination

4. Tokyo Skytree

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Tokyo Skytree Town Dream Christmas

Tokyo Skytree Town hosts a special Christmas event from early November to late December. The event features the festive illuminations by over 500,000 lights, gorgeous Christmas tree, the limited-edit lighting effect of Tokyo Skytree and authentic Christmas Market. The market offers warm food, desserts and drinks which guests can enjoy while enjoying Christmas decorations and illuminations.

Map: http://bit.ly/32YqA1L

Access: short walk from Tokyo Skytree Station or Oshiage Station

Dates: TBA


+Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Christmas Market

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Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Christmas Market

It’s not quite in Tokyo, but Yokohama is the neighbour city where you can access within 30 mins from the central Tokyo. The big outdoor Christmas Market is held at Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse in MM21 area of the city, featuring traditional German food, drinks, crafts, a Christmas Tree and illuminations . The retro brick warehouse is a perfect locations to make such a great Christmas atmosphere. A large ice skate rink is also open for winter which is located next the market.

Map: https://goo.gl/i5jUUF

Access: 6 mins walk from Bashamichi OR Nihon Odori Stations

Dates: 26 November to 25 December 2021

Hours: 11:00~21:00

More info: Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Christmas Market 


Feeling Christmassy?? For more winter events in Tokyo, please check out these articles below, too!

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