By thomas | December 10, 2007
Christmas is almost here! Do you have a bunch of presents but nothing to put them under? Finding a Christmas tree in Japan isn’t too difficult. Read on.
Fake trees are easy to find. They are everywhere clearly the most popular choice for Christmas trees in Japan. I’ve seen them at large grocery stores like Jusco, holiday/craft stores like Tokyu Hands and “Home Center” stores. A search for クリスマス ツリー on google brings up many hits for ordering them online. If you want a fake tree, you won’t have to look far.
If you want a real tree, you may need to dig around. Most of the ones I’ve seen sold are Charlie Brown Christmas Trees. While these sad trees may rack up kawaii points, they don’t quite capture Christmas for me. Solution? Buy the biggest small tree they have.
Did you buy a tree or other Christmas decorations this year? Write about it in the comments.
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