"There is light, and there is tomorrow."
The brilliance of one of the world's largest Baccarat chandeliers at Yebisu Garden Place.
Baccarat's chandelier has lit up the Yebisu Garden Place every winter since 1999. The chandelier is one of the world's largest, with a height of 5 meters, a width of 3 meters, a total of 8,500 crystal pieces, and 250 lights.Same as last year, there were many challenges in 2021. We hope that in the light of this chandelier, you will feel the preciousness of light in your life. We hope that the 250 lights will bring hope and smiles to the faces of as many people as possible.
Period : Saturday, November 13, 2021 - Monday, January 10, 2022 (national holiday)
Location : Yebisu Garden Place（https://gardenplace.jp）
Chandelier lighting hours : 11:00 - 23:00
This year, for the first time, we introduced the AR content, "Baccarat Eternal Lights x Instagram AR Filter," that allows you to enjoy the chandelier from anywhere, including your home.
Through AR technology, you can enjoy the world's largest chandelier virtually such as taking your own picture from any angle you like.
▶For more details, please visit the special website here. https://gardenplace.jp/special/2021baccarat/
Installation of the chandelier
History of Baccarat and Chandeliers
Baccarat originated in 1764, when a glass factory was established in the village of Baccarat in the Lorraine region of France under the authorization of King Louis XV. In 1824, Baccarat produced the first crystal chandelier in France, and since its launch of two giant candelabra and a 140-light chandelier at the Paris Exposition in 1855, the company has created chandeliers of various types of design and scale. Baccarat's creations were admired the world over, and were displayed by royalty, aristocrats, and industrialists in their own residences and by architects in the buildings they created. It was a symbol of success, and it brought artistic perfection to buildings and spaces.