なばなの里 Winter Illuminations

Come winter, the gardens of Nabana-no-Sato  at Kuwana are adorned with a million tiny coloured lights, twinkling all the way, atune to the background score. One of the largest winter illumination displays of the world, with over 8 million LEDs all lit up, this place attracts a huge crowd from December through February every year. This year’s illuminations are a celebration of the recent accreditation of Mt. Fuji, as a world heritage site.

Other main attractions include a Begonia garden, a 100 m long tunnel  of light, a momiji light tunnel floating lights on the lake, and a mirror pool.

Here are some pictures and a video clip from my visit.

Here is the Google Map Link to Nabana-no-Sato:

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