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Japan’s largest event! Tokyo Christmas Market 2023 “Meiji Jingu Gaien” will be held!
250,000 people visited last year! Under recruitment of store openings and supporting store openings this year! !
We, the Tokyo Christmas Market Executive Committee, will hold a “Tokyo Christmas Market 2023 in Meiji Jingu Gaien” will be held. This event attracted 250,000 visitors at Hibiya Park last year, and combined with the number of stalls, it has become one of the largest Christmas events in Japan both in name and reality. Due to the renewal of Hibiya Park this year, it was decided to hold the event in front of the painting gallery in Jingu Gaien, which is famous for its gingko tree-lined approach.
Under the three themes of the Tokyo Christmas Market, which will be in its 9th year this year, international exchange and regional
development, and an eco-friendly event, we will expand the scale while gaining the cooperation of each region and group, and attract overseas visitors. We will welcome you with a fulfilling program such as artists.
The biggest symbol of this event is the 14m tall Christmas Pyramid! Said to be the prototype of the Christmas tree, there are only two locations: one in Dresden, Germany, which is the oldest Christmas market in the world, and one here in Tokyo!
Last year, many visitors came from all over Japan and even from all over the world to see this Christmas Pyramid.
Please look forward to Tokyo Christmas Market 2023, which will make you feel as if you have stepped into a European Christmas market in a fairyland.
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■ Organizer: Tokyo Christmas Market Executive Committee
■ Supported by: German Chamber of Commerce in Japan/Germany
Tourism/Bavarian Representative to Japan/Tokyo Metropolitan
■ Cooperation: SKW East Asia
■ Period: November 23, 2023 (Thursday) to December 25, 2023 (Monday) 33 days (planned)
First day 16:00-21:30 All days 11:00-21:30 ※Last order 21:00 each day ■Contents: mulled wine/German beer/European cuisine/sweets/Christmas miscellaneous goods, etc.
Performances and stage performances by music groups, etc.
■Venue: In front of the Meiji Jingu Gaien Seitoku Memorial Picture Gallery/General Ball Game Stadium
(2-3 Kasumigaoka-cho, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-0013)
■ Scheduled store openings: 25 restaurants, 30 miscellaneous goods stores ■ Expected number of visitors: 400,000
■Official website: https://tokyochristmas.net/
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■Eating and drinking establishments: 3.6m x 2.7m hut establishments Must be able to serve mulled wine or other hot drinks
Provide a menu that makes you feel Christmas or European food culture cooking with electrical equipment
■ General merchandise store: 2.7m x 2.7m hut store
Providing Christmas miscellaneous goods, miscellaneous goods with a European feel, small items, etc.
■Light restaurant: 2.7m x 2.7m hut opening
Must be able to provide light meals such as sweets, sweets, and drinks ■ How to apply: Please contact us for details. Submit a store opening plan and make a decision after review
[Overview of recruiting sponsors]
■Sponsored store opening: Opening a store using a 3.6m x 2.7m hutte or a 3m x 3m tent
Conduct PR and promotional activities such as tastings and sampling. ■Advertising support: Broadcasting of commercials and promotional videos on large screens at the venue entrance
400,000 copies of flyers, advertising on website, etc.
In-venue showcase, exhibition, promotion
Providing support and cooperation for venue management equipment ★Application form★ https://forms.gle/cjuiSrstrzHuU6A39
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*Inquiries: Tokyo Christmas Market Office
TEL:03-3524-0890 Person in charge: Sakamoto, Shirasawa, Ueno Details about this release:
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