Spend Your Winter Colorfully! Six Lights Displays Along the Odakyu Line

Lights displays are a Japanese wintertime treat. There are various places along the Odakyu Line where light display events are held.
Get on the Odakyu Line and enjoy the glittering winter scenery.


Minamillumi Shinjuku South Illumination: A Sparkling World by the South Exit of Shinjuku Station

The Minamillumi Shinjuku South Illumination event is held in the Shinjuku South Exit area. Visitors can enjoy a variety of light displays with the theme, "What Lies Beyond the Sparkle."
Starting from the New South Gate of JR Shinjuku Station, a corridor of lights will connect the promenade of Shinjuku Southern Terrace, Shinjuku Maynds Tower, and Takashimaya Times Square.
Also, for the first time this year, an interactive illumination (Wing Illumination) which lights up when you wave your hand over it, will be available.


Expressing Love with Light/One of the Largest Illuminations in the Tokyo Area Yomiuriland Jewellumination LIGHT is LOVE

Jewellumination uses LED bulbs inspired by the colors of jewels, and is something only seen at Yomiuriland.
The new "Earth Blue Jewelry Colors" include the bright blues of jewels such as aquamarine and sapphire, which also evoke the clear waters of the sea.
This year's theme is "LIGHT is LOVE." Yomiuriland uses light to symbolize the great love that embraces people, nature, and the entire earth.
It is one of the few scenic spots where you can enjoy night views of Tokyo's tourist spots, including "Tokyo Skytree" and "Tokyo Tower," and other attractions such as the Ferris wheel.
The harmony between Tokyo's night view and the Jewellumination lights display is a unique brilliance of Yomiuriland. Of course, you can also enjoy various attractions!


Jewels of Shonan/One of the Three Major Illumination Events in the Kanto Region

In addition to the island of Enoshima, the entire area up to Katase Beach is decorated with a variety of lights and colors.
Starting with the light-up of the Enoshima Sea Candle, the entire island of Enoshima will be illuminated, including Enoshima Samuel Cocking Garden, Enoshima Shrine, Iwaya Caves, and Enoshima Yacht Harbor. The jewel-like, translucent illuminations are a must-see, proof being their consideration as one of the “Three Major Illumination Events in the Kanto Region” and as a “Night View Heritage of Japan,” among others.
There are many souvenir shops, restaurants, and stylish cafes on the island. It's a spot where visitors can enjoy a full day of fun, from dining and shopping in the daytime to watching the sun set over the Shonan sea in the evening, and finally, viewing the illuminations at night.

Enoshima Sea Candle Set Ticket + Night

Lake Miyagase

Miyagase Christmas 2023: An Illumination in Nature

Visitors can enjoy the Jumbo Tree, in which an approximately 30-meter-high native fir tree is lit up; a walk over the lake on the Miyagase Lake Large Suspension Bridge, which is transformed into a "corridor of light;” and the popular nighttime flight experience "Lake Miyagase Viewed from the Sky," in which you can board a hot air balloon and see everything from up high.

The surrounding shopping streets are also illuminated with 720,000 bulbs, and many night stalls will be set up.

Nikko Monkey Army performances, Christmas performances where you can take pictures with costumed characters, and other fun events are sure to make you feel like you are at a Japanese festival.


Hakone Glass Venetian Glass Museum: Crystal Glass Christmas Tree ~ La Coppia ~

At the Hakone Venetian Glass Museum, two trees made of approximately 150,000 pieces of crystal glass are on display.
La Coppia means “couple” in Italian, and the large tree (approximately 11 meters high) was named "Romeo'' and the small tree (approximately 8 meters high) was named "Juliet.''
Every time the crystal glass sways in the wind, it sparkles in seven colors in the sunlight during the day, and at dusk, it sparkles magically when lit up.

Hakone Freepass

Tama Center

Tama Center Illumination 2023: A New Symbolic Tree Will Also Appear!

The 58 camphor trees facing the main street are beautifully lit up in champagne gold, enveloping people passing by in a warm light.

You can enjoy many illuminated sculptures such as the "Aquarium of Light," "Ball of Light," and Sanrio characters.
The popular "Moon" and "Pegasus" photo spots will appear again this year.