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Lake Haruna Illumination Festa 2018Read Later
Located at the summit of Mt. Haruna, in Gunma Prefecture’s Takasaki City, Lake Haruna is at an altitude of 1,084 meters above sea level, making it the second highest lake in Japan! Due to this, the air at the lake is very clear, making the lights of the Illumination Festa even more beautiful.
I went to Lake Yamanaka in Yamanashi Prefecture to photograph the autumn leaves. It was a 20-min bus ride from the Fujikyuko Line's Fujisan Station to the Lake Yamanakako: Asahigaoka bus stop...
Especially in the article, I am going to write about highly recommended fall foliage spots in the area, “Angyo”.
An illumination event where you can see Hello Kitty will be held in front of Tama Center Station. Around 450,000 bulbs will be lit around the wide pedestrian paths, spanning 400 meters from south to north and 200 meters from east to west.
Hitachi Starlight Illumination 2018Read Later
Hitachi’s annual light illumination, “Hitachi Starlight Illumination,” will be held in 2017 at the Hitachi Civic Center’s Public Square, which is reminiscent of medieval Europe, and the JR Hitachi Station. The Public Square will be brilliantly illuminated by colorful lights that signify a variety of themes and meanings. The Public Square will be an excellent place to visit this year with family!
Illumination of Yebisu Garden PlaceRead Later
Yebisu Garden Place is beautifully illuminated each year as a winter tradition. Features include a 10-meter-tall Christmas tree, around 100,000 bulbs lit up in champagne gold, and even the world’s oldest chandelier, made by Baccarat, a traditional and innovative company with a history of over 250 years.
Yokohama’s famous tourist spot, the “Yokohama Red Brick Warehouse,” is hosting open-air ice skating!
Each year different artists use the entirety of the skating rink as a blank canvas to use as they see fit.
Enjoy an Autumn of Pleasure Trips and Meals! Travel with the “Toei One-day Pass” to Secret Places in Tokyo!Read Later
Autumn in Japan means beautifully colored trees and pleasantly crisp air, making it the perfect season for walking around the city! Additionally, there are many seasonal ingredients in autumn, so going around trying all the different delicacies is also a great choice. As such, this article will introduce a sightseeing plan for Tokyo in the autumn, featuring delicious gourmet foods and walks through fun tucked-away secret places!