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Seeing the light

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LEDs (light emitting diodes) form an image of Mt Fuji at Nabana no Sato theme park in Kuwana, Mie Prefecture. The park's illumination, which lasts until March, uses more than 5.8 million lights in a dazzling display of shapes and figures.

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Cool!

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Diodes and dots, hope kids and/or Nobel Laureate will appreciate it !

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That's awesome!

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Pretty!

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If you havent been there - go!

It is amazing and if you can handle the hordes of slack-jawed obachans, you will be fine. I suggest taking a tour bus package though. The access road to the grounds is very narrow and will take over an hour to get in. Then there is the line up to pay and the line up for everything else. Tour guides have magic powers to storm through the queues. Seriously good date material.

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so eco!

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Nois. Highres would be even nicer wink

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Purrrty!

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nice to see that Japan's commitment to the environment, climate change, and reducing waste is going to good use and in no way misrepresents itself at international meetings and as a signatory to any agreements past present or future

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Great way to make money in a flower garden that would be empty. 2,000 Yen p.p. is nothing for all this beauty.

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Love it!

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What's with Japan and blue led?? They are addicted to them!

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maybe because a Japanese discovered them? (and here comes the good part, he's a huge Japan-basher, kinda JT hero)

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sugoi!!

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What's the scale size of this?

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Absolutely loved this place, there are a variety of displays to see, and some decent restaurants to eat at. When I went last year it had just finished pouring down rain so the place was empty so me and my lady pretty much had the whole place to ourselves. Last year they did this amazing aurora borealis display which was beautiful.

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A sea of blue

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