, 2022-11-14 22:02:06,
You better watch out, you better not cry, you better not pout. And I’m telling you why: Tokyo’s seasonal — and mind-blowing — illuminations are coming back for another winter!
Many places across Japan are lit up for the holiday season, and central Tokyo is no exception. While the air is getting chilly here, luckily Tokyo has only a few snowy days a year, which makes the capital region a motorcyclists’ paradise even in winter. So get on your bikes, flip on those headlights, and let’s go see three of the Japanese capital’s most dazzling illumination events.
These spots are not for bikers in particular, but motorbikes definitely make your visits much easier compared to going by car or subway. As I wrote in Japan Motorcycle Diaries #1, parking is limited and costly in central Tokyo, and these spots are usually jammed with cars during the festive, and light-festooned, season. But bikers can easily move around and there are chances to stop for a moment to take photos. That said, make sure that you do not hinder traffic or anyone else.
The annual illumination on Naka-dori Street in Tokyo’s Marunouchi district, near Tokyo Station, began on Nov. 10 this year and will continue until Feb. 19. In its 21st iteration, more than 340 trees in the area around the 1.2-kilometer street will be lit up…
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