Christmas Market Saitama. Tamaari town (Saitama Shintoshin) released a press statement on November 2nd 2020. It said that on account of the Coronavirus, they have “postponed” the 2020 Christmas Market. They used the word postponed. However, in the following paragraph they wrote that they are instead currently planning the 2021 Christmas Market at the Keyaki Hiroba. In other words, the next Christmas Market at Keyaki Hiroba will be (all things being equal) in November and December 2021.

Christmas Market Saitama

The annual Christmas market in Saitama Shintoshin usually opens for business on bank holiday November 23rd annually. The pre-party is also usually held on the evening of November 22nd from 5 pm. The market is on the second floor of the Keyaki Hiroba. They sell Christmas ornaments, trinkets and other Christmas related goods also. They also have teddy bears.

Hours and information

The market is open from 3 pm on weekdays and from 11 am on weekends and public holidays. It closes at 8 pm on weekdays and at 9 pm on weekends and public holidays. On the weekends they have food and drink stalls. Some of the stalls sell German food in keeping with the German theme of the Christmas Market.

There are Christmas concerts in the area too on select dates in the last week of the market. More information on them too:

https://insaitama.com/event/christmas-concerts-keyaki-hiroba-saitama/

This event is in conjunction with the Keyaki Hiroba’s Illumination Event. You can obtain further details of access here:

Access Keyaki Hiroba Christmas market Saitama

The market is held a 2 minute walk from JR Saitama shintoshin Station. It is about a 7 minute walk from JR Kitayono Station.

Parking is available. Parking costs 400 yen for the 1st hour, 200 yen for each subsequent half hour. If you spend over 2,000 yen you get 2 hours free.

For more Christmas and seasonal events please see the main event pages. 

For more upcoming events in Saitama Super Arena / Saitama Shintoshin please see the Saitama Super Arena official event pages. 

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