Its the festive season again - which means that the streets of Tokyo are lined with a load of illuminations made up of a zillion LED's.
While Christmas in Japan looks great - its celebrated for different reasons over here - mainly for pulling in the punters which the illuminations do. As you can see from this first photo - illuminations are taken down on Christmas night with no trace of them the next day.
By the 26th with all the decorations pulled - its time to put up a completely different set of decorations for the new year.
Today we take a lookie at Christmas illuminations located around Roppongi Midtown, Galleria, Starlight Garden, Keyaki-zaka Street, Mori Building, Asakusa and Tokyo Skytree.