If you are in the market for a Christmas Tree to liven up your holiday season you with trim and presents, you are in luck. Stocks are very limited so, don’t delay! The trees are a bit shorter than you might get used to but they have very nice shapes and I am certain they will bring you a Merry Christmas.
The local Ikea is a reasonably good source for trees and decorations. Best of all, they offer live trees!
Nissin World Delicatessen near Azabu Juban Station is a well known international foods store that stocks Christmas trees every year.
2-34-2, Higashi Azabu, Minato Ku, Tokyo, 106-0044
National Azabu near Hiroo Station is a well known international foods store, and they stock Christmas trees every year.
4-5-2 Minami Azabu,Minato-Ku,Tokyo 106-0047
Around the holiday season you can find real (sometimes) or artificial trees, lights, displays and other assorted holiday decorations at many of these stores around town. What is in each one is impossible to say, but its worth a shot! In general, the larger the home center, the better luck you will have finding a tree at it.
If the options above are sold out or are simply unwilling to deal with pine needles there is always the artificial option.
We probably dont have to tell Kobe about FBC,but just in case… FBC isBilled as “Food and Fun from home – direct to your door – anywhere in Japan;” this online international grocery store has been delivering the goods to the broader expat community in Japan since 1988. They have “pine trees” in various sizes, but they sell out quickly.
You can get trees, decorations and paper here but you will find a small selection to choose from. On the plus side, they also stock lawn reindeer and tacky giant lawn Santa.
Shimo Jima products such as stationery and store decoration merchandise, as well as wrapping goods. They ususally have artificial trees for shops holiday displays and they are pretty cheap to top it all off.
Don Quijote stores are huge, and seem to stock everything. Christmas decorations may be touch and go depending on which shop you try, but you can assume they will have SOMETHING for you.
Loft has a small selection of artificial trees, and several convenient locations around the area.
Tokyu Hands has a small selection of artificial trees, and several convenient locations around the area.
Around the holiday season you can find real or artificial trees, lights, displays and other assorted holiday decorations at many of these stores around Nagoya. What is in each one is impossible to say, but its worth a shot!
Nitori has a number of decorations and a small artificial few trees. If you are looking for Christmas lights, for some reason Nitori has a wide selection of them.
Amazon Japan is a good source for trees and decorations, probably one of the widest selections available in fact.