Mid
Nov
~
Late
Feb
 2022

Midtown Ice Rink

11:00am – 9:00pm
¥2,000 (on the door)

Usually, the ice skating rink is not set up until the Christmas lights have been dismantled and put away. This year, due to the lights being scaled back due to COVID-19, the ice skating rink started early and is running until the last day of February.

Sessions cost ¥2,000 for adults on weekdays and ¥2,500 on weekends, kids are ¥500 cheaper. If you’re really set on skating regularly, a book of 10 tickets is available for ¥15,000 for adults and ¥10,000 for kids. ‘One coin’ classes are available for ¥500.

The rink can become quite crowded – especially on weekends and holidays. On weekday evenings, the rink is sometimes almost empty.

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