Tokyo Furnished gives for Easter Celebrations in Tokyo 2024

Easter celebrations in Tokyo 2024

Japanese people enjoy holidays, evident in the frequent celebrations throughout the year. March, traditionally dedicated to cherry blossoms, also embraces the spirit of Easter across the city. From Easter-themed motifs to lively events, Tokyo warmly welcomes the festive atmosphere. Seize the opportunity and partake in the Easter celebrations in Tokyo 2024!

Ikea’s Easter Fair

Ikea Japan has kicked off its Easter Fair, extending until early June. Experience the delights of spring with a visit to one of Ikea’s restaurants, featuring an exclusive spring/Easter menu. Delight in Easter bread, flower salad, roasted chicken, and more, available only for the spring season. Please be aware that city shops, including those in Harajuku, Shibuya, and Shinjuku, will offer only a limited menu during this festive period.

Easter Worships at Tokyo Union Church

Tokyo Union Church, situated opposite Omotesando Hills, is offering both online and in-person sessions during the Easter period. On March 28th at 19:30, you’re invited to join the Maundy Thursday session. The following day, on Friday, March 29th, at the same hour, you can participate in the Good Friday service. Finally, on Sunday, March 31st, there will be three worship sessions available, including a choice between the traditional and contemporary styles.

Easter Concerts at St. Paul International Lutheran Church

St. Paul International Lutheran Church begins its Easter celebrations on March 17th. Join for worship, followed by a concert featuring the Germantown Academy 1759 Singers Choir. Another worship service and concert will be held on March 31st, featuring a performance by Soli Deo Gloria, who will be presenting excerpts from Vivaldi’s “Gloria RV589”.

Easter Sweets at Grand Hyatt Tokyo

The Pastry Boutique at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo hotel in Roppongi will be introducing adorable Easter sweets. They offer playful items such as colorful pastel macarons, icing cookies featuring Easter bunny and egg motifs, and bunny-shaped Ogura Anpan. Enjoy the exciting celebration of the arrival of spring.

Celebrate Easter with National Azabu

National Azabu, an international produce-selling supermarket, is offering Easter sweets and food, along with Easter activities for their youngest clients. On March 31st, you can participate in the Design Easter Egg activity for just 200 yen per egg or join the Easter Egg Hunt. Make sure to arrive early, as the number of participants is limited.

Indulge in Hot Cross Buns

Alongside Easter eggs, hot cross buns are also gaining popularity. The hot cross buns are spiced buns usually made with fruit, marked with a cross on the top, which have been traditionally eaten on Good Friday. Nowadays many bakeries and shops across in Tokyo also offer these sweet treats. For the best hot cross buns, head to the Imperial Hotel or visit the popular British pie shop, Swan & Lion. For authentic Aussie buns, check out Punk Doily, and don’t forget about Maison Landemaine. It would also be interesting to buy buns from different shops and compare their differences later on.