Blinded by Holiday Cheer: Japan's Installation of 7 Million Lights
The Tunnel of Light and other attractions amaze thousands at the annual "Winter Illumination" light installation in Kuwana, Japan
One acceptable excuse to wear sunglasses at night? Seven million blazing bulbs of holiday cheer.
Every year Nabana no Sato, a theme park in Kuwana, Japan, decks its halls with a glittering array of LED lights. The annual installation, called “Winter Illumination,” attracts visitors from around the world.
Out of the 7 million bulbs that make up the luminous wonderland, a majority go into crafting the park’s most popular attractions, the Tunnel of Light and Mt. Fuji.
The Tunnel of Light delivers on its name with a shimmery, sensory overload that cocoons you from head to toe.
Mt. Fuji, while less immersive, is equally impressive, depicting the Japanese landmark’s soothing transition through the seasons.
It’s a spectacle that should leave any bedazzled holiday house flickering with awe.
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