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The Ginza Tanaka Jewelry Store Shows Truly Opulent Holiday Decor

 - Dec 2, 2011
References: christianpost & tokyotimes.co.jp
Last year, the United Arab Emirates created what could be considered one of the most expensive Christmas trees in the world; however, this Christmas reveals a worthy rival in the Ginza Tanaka jewelry store's $2 million Christmas tree adorned with over 60 hearts and ribbons made of solid gold.

Stationed in Tanak’a in Tokyo’s Ginza, this opulent jewelry store may have already enjoyed a reputation for true elegance and ultra-decadent pieces, but the release of this $2 million Christmas tree raises the Ginza Tanaka jewelry store's reputation for luxury to new, international heights.

The faux evergreen tree glistens with gold necklaces, diamond rings and precious gems. While the tree itself was just worth around $750,000, the massive amounts of jewelry and precious stones contributed towards its staggering overall value.