Spectacular Japan Winter Light Festival Guide And Photos – No matter where you travel around the globe, there will always be one country that proudly celebrates their festival. Not to mention the very festive Rio de Janeiro Carnival in Brazil, the lantern festival in Taiwan, Mardi Gras in New Orleans, and etc. They are just living proof that there are tons of reasons on why we visit the country and at least once in your life be part of their fabulous celebrations.
On the other hand, Japan has something to offer for their tourist in terms of festivals. Though its not the usual drinking, partying, dancing, involve of color powder and living life the fullest theme. But once you’ll be part of this one of a kind light show festival, you’ll definitely remember this event for the rest of your life.
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The Japans Winter Light Festival is one of few magical and spectacular celebrations in the world. Running annually from mid March to mid November as posted inTheWorldFestival official website. The finest winter illuminations happens in Kuwana City (Mie Prefecture) in Nabana No Sato. Featuring giant greenhouses, extended gardens, thousands of flowers and plants with over 5-7 million of LED lights. All lighting at the same time dancing along with low-tempo music, forming objects such as Mt. Fuji, rainbows and etc. To get to know more about the festival continue reading below. And evaluate if this spectacular Japan Winter Light Festival guide and photos is something that interest you. Enjoy!
Spectacular Japan Winter Light Festival Guide And Photos That Will Make You Want To Witness The Light Show Includes:
Japan’s Winter Light Festival Guide And Other Information: Source Nagashima Onsen Official Website
Specific Address: Mie Prefecture, 511-1144 , Kuwana city, Nagashima cho, Komae Urushibata 270
Opening hours: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Parking: Ample Parking available
Ticket Price: 2,300 Yen for Elementary Students and Above; includes $1000 vouchers for gift shops and food stalls inside the park. ( Estimated $22.46 US, $ 30.06 AU and 16.93 British Pound)
Transportation: Shuttle bus operates on certain days between the parking area of Nabana no Sato. and the Nagashima Spaland area. Better read and check online information in advance.
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