While Christmas Day isn’t a recognized national holiday in Tokyo, there are still plenty of Yuletide feasts, concerts and activities to partake in and enjoy. Merry Christmas!
A talented cast of Broadway’s finest delight spectators with spectacular seasonal song and dance performances. With tap dancing, ice skating and an appearance from Santa himself, you have everything you need for very merry Christmas indeed.
Inspired by traditional German markets leading up to the advent of Christmas, each year Yokohama’s Christmas Market delivers a magical fairytale setting complete with thousands of twinkling lights and a 10m tall real fir tree.
The Philadelphia soul legends return to Tokyo for festive joy and retro classics. Formed in 1968, the group surged in popularity in Japan after their song was used in a hair product commercial. Christmas classics don’t get more soulful, or provide more bounce and shine.
NAMIKI667, Hyatt Centric Ginza Tokyo’s signature restaurant, debuts its Christmas Dinner Set highlighted by beef Wellington made with Akigawa wagyu beef.
Stretching across a green space of over two square kilometers, today is the last day to see the spectacular Starlight Garden displays and illuminated balloons.
The LA-based vocalist brings her charming, powerful stylings to Blue Note Tokyo to perform holiday favorites, classic jazz and even a touch of Disney magic.
Combining world-class dining, decadent festive ambiance and spectacular night views from over 40 floors above the city, this is the perfect chance to create a few more unforgettable Christmas memories.
Ginza Six celebrates Christmas with the department store-wide theme ‘Fantastic Gift’~ The Story of the Winter and Summer Kingdoms” featuring gigantic art installations by artist Nicolas Buffe.
Enjoy a delicious and luxurious Christmas Dinner with panoramic views of the city skyline and nearby Yoyogi Park forest right from your table.