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Where to Buy a Christmas Tree in Japan 2015

Wondering where to buy a Christmas Tree in Japan?  I know many, including my family, will be decorating for Christmas next weekend. Many people have asked me recently about where to find a Christmas tree in Japan. First, you need to determine if you want a real tree or an artificial tree. There are pros and cons to both! Real trees smell amazing but can be difficult or costly to dispose of after the holidayChristmas Tree in Japans. Artificial trees are very economical and ecologically smart but lack the amazing smell. Totally a personal decision, but luckily it is easy to get either a real or artificial tree today in Japan. Please see curated information below on where to find a Christmas tree in Japan. If you find Christmas trees, please add a comment below to help others.

Where to Buy a Christmas Tree in Japan 2015


1. National AWhere to find a Christmas Tree in Japan?zabu Supermarket in Hiroo, Minato-ku, Tokyo will start selling their annual shipment of Christmas trees this Saturday, November 21st. They offer a wide selection of very fresh trees Christmas trees at National Azabufrom a few feet to over six feet ones! Most range in price from 15,000-35,000.  National Azabu can also ship to any locations in Japan.  Store info: 4-5-2 Minami Azabu,Minato-Ku, Tokyo, phone 03-3442-3181. Website.


Where to find a Christmas Tree in Japan?2. Nissin Supermarket in Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo will also start selling real Christmas trees this Saturday, November 21st. Every year Nissin’s garage is packed full of trees in a very wide range of sizes and prices. According to their signage a tree 5-6 ft (1 is 18,200 yen, 6-7 ft is 21,000 yen and 7-8 ft is 29,500 yen. The prices seem a bit less expensive than National Azabu, but the quality may differ. Nissin also offers delivery  and removal after the holidays. Store info: 2-34-2 Higashi Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo, phone: 03-3583-4586. Website.

3. Local home & garden centres and local florists also offer 1-3 ft Japanese trees that can pass as small Christmas trees for the dining or kitchen table. This is always a great option if you are single, or might not be in town for actual Christmas and just want a bit of seasonal touch for the next few weeks. Most home centres such as D2 and large florist, such as,  Aoyama Florist have a nice selection.

Where to Buy a Christmas Tree in Japan 2015


1. Amazon Japan offers a huge selection of Christmas trees and decorations, most of which ship within 24 hours and ship for free. Here is the top ranking of decorations and trees updated real-time. No running around looking for what you need. Just order, relax and get the milled wine ready for delivery and decorating time!

2. Costco Japan has a good selection of artificial trees at each store.

3. Large home centres such as Jusco, Viva Super, D2 and others all offer artificial trees.

4. Foreign Buyers Club has a really nice selection of tress and decorations, as well as Christmas treats. Check out their entire 2015 Holiday Selection. 


Where to Buy a Christmas Tree in Japan 2015



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