Mori Building Co., Ltd., will launch its annual Christmas Illumination event again this year, which is very popular among their visitors every year. This year for the first time the company will open a website dedicated to information about the Mori Building Christmas, spanning all of the company's facilities. The website, which is scheduled to open at the end of November, will increase traffic between facilities and support hustle and bustle about the town.
The festivities began with the unveiling of the Christmas tree at Laforet Harajuku on November 1, which was followed by lightings at Odaiba Venus Fort on November 3 and Omotesando Hills on November 4. The Omotesando Hills illuminations, which have become a seasonal tradition in winter, will begin on November 9.

● Roppongi Hills: Illuminations along 400-meter long Roppongi Keyaki-zaka Street, Christmas Market, Christmas Tree in the Sky 250 meters above sea, and Sky Planetarium
● Omotesando Hills: Aerial ornaments consisting of approximately 25,000 Swarovski Crystal elements, Omotesando Skating Theater
● ARK Hills: Light spectacle with a theme of a forest in Northern Europe
● Venus Fort: Illumination that can be enjoyed even in the day, snowfall event
● Laforet Harajuku: Christmas tree collaboration with artist Dreams Come True
● Shanghai World Financial Center: Approximately 185,000 blue and white LED lights decorating the world's No. 1 building

Mori Building will create hustle and bustle about the town through illuminations and events that are highly unique from facility to facility.

Environmental Consideration: Green Energy Use
Green energy is being used for the illuminations at Roppongi Hills, Omotesando Hills, and ARK Hills. We are participating in the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry's "Green Christmas Festa" and aim to produce environmentally friendly illuminations.


Omotesando Hills Christmas Tree & aerial ornaments


Christmas lights at Roppongi Hills