People do celebrate Christmas in Japan, but unlike Western holidays, Christmas does not have much religious significance. There are no nativity scenes put up on a front porch or a Christmas Carol choirs knocking on your door. The busiest day for Santa Clause in Japan is rather commercialized with stores and shops displaying items that enhance holiday cheers.
Simon and Martina are doing their best to drum up their Christmas spirit despite the bitter cold winter weather on the street of Tokyo. Martina has an upper hand over Simon with a merry bunny hat. The couple walk into a Starbucks and critique its seasonal drinks. The typical eggnog and apple cider tradition is lost here in Tokyo. This leaves them an option to try out the seasonal specials that American brand eateries have to offer.