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Winter Light Festival (Japan) will be held 15 Nov 2017 to 16 Mar 2018 in Kuwana, Japan.
Winter Light Festival (Japan) is one of Japan’s finest Winter Illuminations. Kuwana City is home to Nabana No Sato, a botanical theme park featuring meticulously landscaped gardens and impressive giant greenhouses. In the spring, the park is colorfully decorated in an array of flowers, blossoms and cherry trees, including row upon row of tulips, pansies, viola, stock and daisies. Come winter, however, and visitors to the park can enjoy one of Japan’s most impressive illuminations in the incredible Winter Light Festival. The fragrance of the flowers mingles with the cold winter air as bundled-up visitors arrive in their thousands to enjoy the famous Tunnel of Lights, and the accompanying elegant light shows and designs that blanket the entirety of the theme park and its waters. Created with over 7 million LED lights charged using solar panels to reduce the impact on the environment, Japan’s biggest winter illumination includes themed light shows every year – previous shows included ‘Mt Fuji at dawn’ and an aurora. Winter Light Festival (Japan) is an event and I like events...

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Why Winter Light Festival (Japan) 2018?

Nabana no Sato can claim to have one of the biggest and best illumination displays in all of Japan. The tunnels of millions of lights encased in flower-shaped bulbs create fascinating natural scenes, such as Mount Fuji at dawn and a rainbow across the sky.

The place is known not only for its botanical garden, but also for onsens and flower blossoms throughout the year, restaurants and shops. Open from 9am – 9pm, the park is a very popular tourist attraction so be prepared for crowds, especially on weekends.

 

When to go Winter Light Festival (Japan) 2018?

 Open 9am to 9pm, the theme park itself can be enjoyed year-round, but the Winter Festival runs for four months from mid-November to mid-March. but some run longer, starting as early as October and running until Valentine's Day or even into spring.

 

Top tip:

Wrap up warm in plenty of layers and go on a weeknight if possible as the weekends can get particularly crowded on the weekends. If you want to make a day of it, the park hosts a variety of restaurants.

 

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Nabana no Sato
270 Urushibata, Komae, Nagashima-cho, Kuwana, Mie Prefecture, Japan



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