Christmas Garden in Shiba Park

It’s the holiday season! Just like last year, a Christmas event is held at Shiba Park this year as well. Is it a Christmas market? A beer garden? No, it’s a “Christmas Garden”! Watch our video to learn more about this unique event!

At the entrance of the venue, you will be asked to use hand sanitizer and get your temperature being taken before you enter. Also, it is necessary to wear a face mask.

At the venue, you will find more than 100 Christmas trees, a workshop area, a shop area with small tents selling decorations, and Japan’s first “Winter Beer Garden”.

The Winter Beer Garden offers more than 100 kinds of beer and liquors and more than 200 kinds of food, making it an irresistible event for food enthusiasts.

There are various types of food stands, including beer and sausage-centered stalls, food stalls of popular restaurants that scored high on the popular gourmet rating site Tabelog, food trucks, and a food tents area that offer unique cuisine. Wonderful!


This is the same hot chocolate that royalties would drink. The drink is made using only sugar, milk, water … and of course roasted and stone mill-grinded cacao beans!

One of the main features of this event is the payment system. At Christmas Garden, all payments are electronic as a countermeasure against the spread of COVID-19. You can use your transportation IC cards (Suica, PASMO, etc.), credit cards, and QR payments (ALIPAY, PayPay, etc.).

Eating and drinking is possible inside the vinyl tents with partitions and in the table area outside.

This is how the tents look like.


When the sun goes down and Tokyo Tower is lit up, the whole venue shines in warm lights. You will be surrounded by a magical atmosphere. This is the highlight of “Christmas Garden”!


Christmas Garden in Shiba Park 2020

Date: December 4-25, 2020
Time: 11:00 to 22:00 (L.O. 21:30)
Admission: Free
3-2 Shibakoen, Minato-ku, Tokyo Metropolitan Shiba Park No. 4 Square
Google Maps: https://goo.gl/maps/xpMdsmFUTVfXkomK8
Nearest stations: Onarimon Station, Shibakoen Station, Daimon Station, Kamiyacho Station

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