Mid
Nov
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Mid
Feb
 2022

Kioi Winter 20/21

If you like your winter light-ups with added stag, then Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioicho is the place you’ve been looking for.

Christmas tree with stag
Christmas tree with the Kioi Terrace stag | Photo by Gregory Lane

The best view is from Benkeibashi bridge, which you cross to get to Kioi Terrace when coming from Akasaka-Mitsuke Station.

Kio Winter Lights from Benkeibashi
Kio Winter Lights from Benkeibashi | Photo by Gregory Lane

The distinctive deer appears before the first floor Christmas tree and the giant stag on the fourth floor is prominent.

The giant stag at Kioi Terrace with Prince Classic House in the background
All stag | Photo by Gregory Lane

The tree will be up until the 25th December while the rest will continue until Valentine’s Day.

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