Sample some festively themed world music and food on the last weekend before Christmas at Yoyogi park. The event runs from 10am to 7pm and is set in the ‘Keyaki Namiki’ zelkova tree avenue between Shibuya and the main part of the park, making it an ideal rest-point between Christmas shopping in Harajuku or Shibuya.
Happy Christmas! Bringing a rabbit dressed as Santa to the park is entirely optional.
Closest stations are Harajuku/Meijijingumae on the JR, Chiyoda and Fukutoshin lines and Yoyogi Koen on the Chiyoda Line.
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