SHIBUYA BLUE CAVE
Tokyo Winter Illumination: BLUE CAVE SHIBUYA 2019
SHIBUYA BLUE CAVE is held annually in Shibuya District during winter!! Don’t miss Tokyo’s most spectacular and photo-worthy winter illumination event!
Blue Cave (Ao no Dokutsu “青の洞窟”) is a popular illumination event held in Tokyo during winter. The event first started in Nakameguro area in 2014, then moved its location to Shibuya in 2016. It’s one of the most popular and visited winter illumination events in Tokyo, which invited over 2 million visitors in one month last year.
Shibuya Blue Cave is held annually during winter in Shibuya area, Tokyo. Approx 600,000 blue LED lights will lighten up the avenue of Shibuya, and it stretches for about 800 m from Shibuya Koen Dori Street to Yoyogi Park Keyaki Namiki. Visitors can stroll down the blue lights path, and enjoy the mystical atmosphere and taking photos. Shibuya Blue Cave is one of the most photo-worthy illumination events in Tokyo during winter. If you are planning to visit Tokyo this winter, don’t miss a chance to visit this magical BLUE winter wonderland!
-Shibuya Blue Cave 2021 <<Cancelled>>
Location: Shibuya Koen Dori Street ~ Yoyogi Park Keyaki Namiki
Note: Shibuya Blue Cave 2021 is cancelled due to COVID-19
If you are going to visit Shibuya during winter, there are more spectacular winter illumination event nearby! Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination will be held in Ebisu, and Meguro River Winter Illumination will be held around Meguro River, which are both situated next to Shibuya district! Enjoy all illuminations located right next to each others!
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