Looking to experience the winter lights in Shinjuku Tokyo, where some of the best winter illuminations are up on display.
At the Hilton Tokyo hotel’s winter illumination, the walls of the hotel and the rotary in front of the hotel are decorated with illuminations. This fantastic illuminated space is especially popular around Christmas time.
Shinjuku Terrace City
The Shinjuku Terrace illumination can be enjoyed between Shinjuku West Exit Harc and Shinjuku Southern Terrace, with approximately 370,000 gold, white, blue, and other lights.
A Quick Note On The Japan Rail Pass Price Hike
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Shinjuku Mitsui Building
The illumination of the Shinjuku Mitsui Building in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo the 55 HIROBA in front of the building is decorated with Christmas The illumination is displayed in 55 HIROBA in front of the building.
Shinjuku Nomura Building
At the Shinjuku Nomura Building winter illumination there is a spot decorated with a Christmas tree, a light staircase, Christmas leaves, and other decorations. The Christmas illumination is offset by using green power.
Shinjuku Southern Terrace
The Shinjuku Southern Terrace illumination can be enjoyed along the promenade that stretches from the south exit of Shinjuku Station toward Yoyogi. Visitors can enjoy various illuminations such as the Christmas tree and the rainbow illumination in front of Takashimaya Times Square.
The illumination of Shinjuku Island in Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, is part of the Nishi-Shinjuku Town Project (Nishi-Shinjuku Town Project 2012 is held at five buildings and four hotels in Nishi-Shinjuku).