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From now until September 17, there's a collaboration with the popular anime, "LoveLive! Sunshine!!" at Fuji-Q Highland, a theme park in Yamanashi Prefecture.
The Kyushu Fireworks Festival is western Japan’s largest fireworks display, during which over 22,000 fireworks will be launched!
The festival is held in Japan’s largest theme park, “Huis Ten Bosch,” located in Nagasaki Prefecture. It is a large-scale event for which top-level fireworks specialists gather. Additionally, there are plenty of other things to see during the festival, such as the “Hanabi World Cup” which decides which fireworks specialist is the world’s best, the “Odama 100 Concurrent Fireworks Launch,” and the finale, “Special Starmines”!
From June 30 to September 25, 2018, the Laguna Ten Bosch pool will be open!
From July 14th, 2018, admission to Fuji Q Highland, a theme park in Yamanashi Prefecture that's famous for its thrilling rides, will be free!
"Trick Art" utilizes visual illusions to create unusual viewer experiences, such as 3-D paintings and works with differing impressions depending on the angle. For example, in the two versions of the picture below, the length of the woman's legs appear to change depending on the angle at which it's viewed.
TOKIWA Fantasia 2017Read Later
Tokiwa Park’s winter illumination is the largest scale illumination event in western Japan. Under the premise of cooperative design, the Tokiwa illumination allows companies, schools, and other organizations to participate in designing the illuminations.
Hyogo Prefecture – Head to Kidzania, where kids can have fun learning about the world of grownups!Read Later
Kidzania, which is set up like a small town, is a place where kids can try their hands at a variety of popular careers while having fun and learning about how the world around them works. Children aged 3 to 15 can try around 100 different jobs and services. After they change into their new uniforms, the fun begins!
Yomiuriland JewelluminationRead Later
Yomiuriland Jewllumination, a popular illumination event in Tokyo where elegant jewel-like lights are lit, enhancing Tokyo’s night view, is back for 2017!