Stretching along the beautiful red-brick warehouses, the market features an ice skating rink, stalls and an impressive tree display. The food has a definitely German flavour with stollen, sausages and spiced wine as well as plenty of snow globes, traditional toys and even toffees to take home as gifts. There will be some workshop opportunities to make your own festive deocrations from wreaths to candles as well as appearances by Father Christmas himself on certain days.
Admission to the market is free until the 11th of December. After that date, admission will be ¥300 on weekends and on the peak days of Thursday, December 23rd and Friday, December 24th. On the non-free days, you’ll need to book in advance. Check the official website for links.
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