Shinjuku Specialties

Shinjuku illuminations 2017

In winter of Shinjuku, we are colored beautifully by illuminations.
Idea is concentrated variously, and it becomes pleasant to take a walk♪
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Higashishinshuku area

JR Shinjuku Station east exit "Odori, Shinjuku mall illuminations"

 

 

In open space of JR Shinjuku Station east exit flower bed, we are carrying out illuminations that featured the theme of the sum.

We give heart of person who watches "plum" by pink light of soft kind impression that we added to motif in addition to Mount Fuji, pine, bamboo ease this year.

Period From Saturday, November 18, 2017 to Sunday, January 14, 2018

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Kabuki-cho "Kabukicho, Shinjuku ward office street illuminations"

Kabuki-cho

 

Illuminations of winter charming sights of Kabuki-cho! We reach the twelfth in this year.

We decorate roadside tree of ward office street (approximately 700m from Yasukuni Dori to job placement office street) with approximately 120,000 light emitting diode (LED) and "we breathe relief, walk brightly" and direct Kabuki-cho. 

Period From Wednesday, November 1, 2017 to Wednesday, February 28, 2018

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Minamishinjuku area

Around Shinjuku south exit "Shinjuku Minami Lumi"

 

"Minami Lumi" is coined word with all meaning of "south illuminations" "illuminations to watch together". In each venue, we give different illuminations of flavor each and color Shinjuku South Exit Area. 

Period From Wednesday, November 15, 2017 to Thursday, February 22, 2018

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Nishishinjuku area

Tokyo opera city "FANTASY ILLUMINATION 2017"

Tokyo opera city

 

In addition to music by huge tree of 12m installed in the sunken garden center and direction of light, you can enjoy the further fantastic world by projection mapping for a limited time.

Period From Friday, November 10, 2017 to Monday, December 25

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Brightness of fascinating “WA”
South Exit Area is connected by light!
FANTASY ILLUMINATION 2017 
Winter charming sights of Kabuki-cho
Shinjuku Convention & Visitors Bureau
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