Yokohama Christmas Market 2018
Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Christmas Market 2018 : The best authentic Christmas Market near Tokyo!
Wow.. it’s this time of the year already! Yes, Christmas is just around the corner and we can feel lots of Christmas vibes in the city!
How would you spend your Christmas season if you are in Japan? There are numbers of joyful events held across the country including Christmas markets! Today, German style traditional Christmas markets can be found at several locations in this far east country!
The Christmas Market at Yokohama red Brick Warehouse is definitely the one you don’t wanna miss. It’s the best place to feel the real Christmas spirit just like in European countries. The market welcomed over 800,000 visitors last year and this is their 9th event.
The market is themed with a traditional German style Christmas Market, lined with numbers of vendors called hutte serving hot Christmas food and beverages such as sausage, stew, hot wine, hot beer and chocolate, and selling traditional Christmas ornaments.
The market is open from day time but highly recommended to visit at night when lots of decorations spark. The warm Christmas lights, the 12 m tall Christmas trees and traditional ornaments make the atmosphere jolly and festive.
Yokohama Minato Mirai area is simply the best place to be around Christmas. Lots of Christmas illuminations can be spotted around the area and also the spectacular night view of skyscrapers is one of the most romantic things to see. Moreover, during winter season, an ice skate rink is open next to the market (1 Dec 2018 to 17 February 2019).
It’s a perfect place to visit for families, groups, couples, whoever wants to feel happy Christmas vibes!
< 9th Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse Christmas Market >
Access: 6 mins walk from Bashamichi OR Nihon Odori Stations
Date: 23 November to 25 December 2018
Hours: 11:00～21:00 (～22:00 from 15 December)
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