Nov 12th
Feb 14th

Brilliant Earth Garden Illumination

Annual illumination at Keyaki Hiroba in Tamaari Town

Venue: Keyaki Hiroba When: Nov 12th - Feb 14th 2023
Notice: While this event is confirmed, outdoor events can be subject to sudden cancellation or postponement due to weather or unforeseen circumstances. Our listings are only updated periodically, so please check the official site closer to any event if you wish to attend.

Each year the Keyaki Hiroba creates a beautiful night scene with their winter illumination, which takes on a different theme each year. This year they have called it "Brilliant Earth Garden". They use half a million lights to illuminate the trees in the area and also create photo spots out of lights.

Keyaki Hiroba is in Tamaari Town, which was formerly called Saitama Shintoshin and / or Saitama Super Arena. They rebranded the area last year. This year is the 20th anniversary of the complex by the JR Saitama Shintoshin station. The illumination is starting a couple of weeks later than normal this year. It normally starts in October, but the 2020 - 2021 display won't be switched on until November 7th this year. It will run until Valentine's Day, February 14th 2021, which is the 'usual' end date of this illumination event annually.

Getting there

By public transport: the Keyaki Hiroba is minutes walk from the JR Saitama Shintoshin station.

By car: Parking is available in both Saitama Super Arena and Cocoon City, each a few minutes walk from the illumination area. Please note parking is charged by the hour.

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Bonson Lam 2 years ago
This is truly magical! Thank you for this.
Lynda Hogan Author 2 years ago
We enjoy viewing this display every year. They change it slightly year on year so there's always a new feature to look forward to. :)
Elena Lisina 2 years ago
Ah, to see beautiful illumination is my dream!
Lynda Hogan Author 2 years ago
:( Hopefully you can sooner than expected :)
Kim 2 years ago
The tail end of the year is definitely here when these events start popping up!
Lynda Hogan Author 2 years ago
So true :) Hard to believe its that time of the year already! You'd think time would have gone slower while we're all at home more than normal due to the pandemic, but bizarrely it feels like this year has gone by quicker than most!

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