豊洲の雪です。 pic.twitter.com/cy4RtOwqIF— 東京湾岸情報 (@toyosumap) January 22, 2018
Tokyo tends to go all out with its Christmas light displays, with neighborhoods seemingly trying to one-up each other. Most of them come down shortly after Christmas Eve, but a few places are proud enough to leave them up all winter long, as seen in these shots from Toyosu, on the east edge of downtown.
【ジブリ美術館】— 情景師アラーキー/荒木さとし (@arakichi1969) January 22, 2018
Meanwhile, the Ghibli Museum (soon to screen the latest anime from famed director Hayao Miyazaki), looked frostily festive even in the afternoon.
Going from one mecca for animation lovers to another, Tokyo Disneyland (which is actually in Chiba Prefecture, but with weather patterns pretty much identical to Tokyo) was also transformed into a winter wonderland, even if Alice doesn’t make an appearance in these photos.
For even more wonderful snow landscapes of Tokyo, be sure to read the full story below from Rocket News 24!
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