Marunouchi Illumination

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Time Out says

The 1.2-kilometre-long Marunouchi Naka-dori street, always one of the most popular Tokyo illumination spots, will have around 360 trees lit up with about 1.2 million champagne-coloured, low-energy LED bulbs this year, making for an environmentally friendly and stylish display. If you’d rather stay cosy while admiring the lights, visit the newly renovated Marunouchi House, where the seventh-floor terrace will be lit up for a limited time. The terrace has plenty of seats surrounded by outdoor heaters.

To celebrate Christmas, Gyoko-dori between the Imperial Palace and Tokyo Station will have more illuminations between November 28 to December 25.


Opening hours:
4pm-11pm; December until 12midnight
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