Roppongi Hills Christmas

Christmas is typically not celebrated in Japan (it is a regular work day for all salarymen and office ladies).  Note: All the pictures in this blog post were taken in 2008 and 2009.


But with the high number of tourists visiting and foreigners living in Roppongi Hills, you will find Christmas decorations throughout the complex like Christmas trees at Plaza 66.



The indoor West Walk shopping center has different types of decorations.





You can buy gifts, goods and food at the Roppongi Hills Christmas Marketplace.




How about a Mercedes Benz convertible for a gift? FTW!


Even the cow is getting into the Christmas spirit.


My best wishes to all for a wonderful and peaceful Christmas throughout the world.

Please visit this week’s issue (#6) of Show Me Japan started by Anna at


12 thoughts on “Roppongi Hills Christmas

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  2. I want a cow for the gift!!! Great entry and you really showed us how Japanese in Tokyo celebrate Christmas! Thanks for sharing.
    Have a wonderful Holidays and Merry Christmas.

  3. Sweet photos! I don’t have many opportunities to visit Roppongi Hills during the day time these days… thanks for keeping us updated!

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