In 2018, the flower and greenery garden “Florante Miyazaki” will host an event representative of Miyazaki in the winter, the 16th “Illumination Flower Garden” illumination event.
The core program, “Osaka Festival of Lights,” unites Osaka’s many areas into one through glittering lights. In 2018, the Osaka Festival of Lights will span all the way from the City Hall to Nakanoshima Park.
Arts Towada Winter Illumination 2018Read Later
In the arts square in front of the Towada Art Center, as many as 300,000 blue LEDs cover the ground and light up beautifully, creating a fantastical and extraordinary world.
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.
Hikari no Machi – Hakata 2018Read Later
During “Hikari no Machi Hakata,” around 800,000 bulbs fill the plaza in front of JR Hakata Station with warm, romantic light.
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.
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!
The 38th annual “Sapporo White Illumination” will be held. This event has gained its popularity as “Sapporo tradition” in early winter.