Everyone would have heard of the astonishing natural phenomenon of ‘Aurora Borealis’ which can be witnessed in polar countries like Sweden, Finland, and Alaska, when the nighttime sky is completely illuminated by stunning colors. Similarly, Japan hosts its own artificial Winter Lights Festival every year, commencing from the month of October and extending until early spring, which is May.
These lighting festivals are the finest aspects of winter in Japan as the nation transforms into a sparkling wonderland. The Japan winter lights festival is not just a singular celebration, but a collaboration of numerous events that are organized in different parts of the country at varying intervals. Below are some of the most renowned lighting events that take place in various regions of the country:
- Caretta Illumination in Shiodome- An Ocean Of Lights: N/A
- Tokyo Midtown Christmas- The Starlight Garden: N/A
- Sagamiko Illumillion in Kanagawa- The Illuminated Lake: N/A
- Sendai Pageant of Starlight- The Dazzling Forest: N/A
- The Kingdom of Light in Nagasaki- Shimmering Theme Park: N/A
- Midosuji Illumination in Osaka- The Lit Street: N/A
- Kobe Luminarie- One Of Japan’s Oldest Illumination Events: N/A
Here Are Some Breathtaking Pictures Of Popular Events:
Embark on a breathtaking virtual journey to explore the best of this extravagant festival in Japan with these pictures.
Passage Of Lights In Japan, 2021
Revived Renaissance Architecture
Image Courtesy:Akiba Nation
Although journeying doesn’t necessitate reasons, we have still provided you one, and we hope that it is compelling enough to ignite the travel bug within you. Reserve your next excursion to Japan with Fred and Fuzzys, consider planning it during winters to encounter the awe-inspiring Japan winter lights festivals that will enhance your vacation.
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