A Finnish Santa will visit the Yokohama Keikyu Department Store this Saturday November 26th. They are giving 30 tickets to families with young children to meet him in the Hagu Kumi Park on the 5th floor, which is the kids floor of this Keikyu Department store. There are two sessions, one at 1.30 pm and one at 2.10 pm. He will be there for about 20 minutes each time. Tickets will be distributed from 10 am in the Hagu Kumi Park on that day.
This particular event is not on the Keikyu Department Store’s website, but they have other Christmas events listed in Japanese:
In Kamio-Oka Station, Keikyu and Blue Train lines.
1 Chome−6, Kamiookanishi, Kōnan-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa-ken, 233-8556
Hours: 10 am to 8 pm
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