RESERVATIONSBEST RATE GUARANTEED

RESERVATIONS

BEST RATE GUARANTEED

Select Hotel
Check-in
YY/MM/DD
Check-out
YY/MM/DD
Adults
Children(Age7-11)
Children(Age0-6)
People

BEST RATE GUARANTEED

BEST RATE GUARANTEED

Close

What’s happening at Tokyo Otsuka

Cardboard Christmas!

Cardboard Christmas!

OMO's Merry Christmas

Speaking of Christmas, the glittering illumination and romantic dinner are standard, but OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka will hold a different “Cardboard Christmas”!
Otsuka still has an atmosphere of downtown and there are still seven shopping streets. There are many individual stores, and the cardboards they handle are unique. It is a unique Christmas event with OMO-like tea-cups made of cardboard, a familiar material, although it does not seem to be connected to Christmas.

At Cardboard Christmas, a 2m tall “Cardboard Christmas Tree” will appear. The pattern is created by hollowing out the words “OMO” which are the specialties of Otsuka, as well as Toden streetcars, red paper lanterns and sake cups. In addition, reindeer, snow crystals, and stars that are also made from cardboard are motivating ornaments.

Location: OMO Base
Period: December 1, 2019 to 25th

Making original Christmas ornaments

You can experience making Christmas ornaments using cardboard boxes in Otsuka. After choosing the shape from Santa Claus, reindeer, snow crystal, and Toden, we cut out the shapes with a press machine and decorate with ribbons and masking tape. You can make the only Christmas ornament in the world from the colorful and unique design cardboard boxes of Otsuka city collected from fruit shops and imported food stores!

Fee: Free
Location: OMO Base
Reservations: Not required

Give a present! Dunball Art Workshop

We are holding a workshop by cardboard artist Shimazu Fuyuki. Believing that “from the unnecessary to the precious” in 2009, Shimazu began the activity of making wallets out of cardboard boxes that had been abandoned on the streets or in front of stores. He has continued to make cardboard boxes in not only Japan but also 35 countries around the world.
The workshop starts with a trip to Otsuka to search for cardboard boxes, and then we make wallets, card cases, pen cases, and other items that are familiar and easy to use. You can experience the moment when a cardboard box that was supposed to be thrown away turns into something valuable, and you can enjoy it as a gift for yourself or with friends.

Date and time: 5: 00 p.m. to 8: 00 p.m. on December 13, 2019, 10: 00 a.m. to 1: 00 p.m. on December 14
Price: 4,000 yen (Tax included)
Location: OMO Base
Capacity: 15 (Elementary school students and above can participate.)
Reservation: 03-5961-4131 (Until 10: 00 p.m. the previous day)
*This is connected to the front desk of OMO5 Tokyo Otsuka