Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination 2018

2018–2019 Tokyo Winter Illumination: Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination 2018

Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination is one of the most classic long-running winter illuminations in Tokyo. Enjoy the romantic winter light-up, Christmas Tree and Market, and the spectacular 5m x 3m Baccarat crystal chandelier!


Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination is an annual winter illumination event held at Yebisu Garden Place (恵比寿ガーデンプレイス) in Ebisu, Tokyo. It’s one of the most popular, and longest-running winter illumination events in Tokyo, which has been held for nearly 20 years. The event is back in 2018–2019 winter from 3 November 2018 to 28 February 2019.

Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination 2018 features the classic winter illumination with over 100,000 LED lights decorating the whole veue in romantic champagne gold colour. Also there will be an authentic European style Christmas Market with food and drinks, and a 10m tall Christmas Tree. (3 November to 25 December 2018)

The biggest attraction of the event is “Baccarat ETERNAL LIGHTS” , the spectacular 5m large x 3m wide Baccarat crystal chandelier. It’s the world biggest Baccarat chandelier created with 8,472 pieces of crystal parts and 250 lights by 70 skilled craftsmen. The chandelier will be displayed until 14 January 2019. Besides, there will be a special champagne bar “Baccarat ETERNAL LIGHTS Champagne Bar with TAITTINGER” open during the season (3 November to 25 December 2018) , serving premium champagne in special Baccarat glasses.

Yebisu Garden Place is complex buildings that has many facilities such as shops, restaurants, museums, etc. It’s located within a short walk from JR Ebisu Station, and it’s very easy to access from the popular tourist districts, Shibuya and Harajuku.

There are numbers of winter illumination events held in Tokyo, but Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination offers the most romantic and elegant atmosphere, which is perfect for couples 🙂


<<Yebisu Garden Place Winter Illumination 2018>>

Map: http://bit.ly/2E8fX4C

Access: 5 mins walk from Ebisu Station East Exit

Date: 3 November 2018 to 28 February 2019

Hours: 16:00~24:00