Recommended lighting spots in Osaka, Okinawa and Kyoto, come together for the most romantic view of winter!

1.NAKED GARDEN ONE KYOTO, Uji Kouandiao exhibition

In addition to night lighting and light sculpture shows, NAKED founder Ryotaro Muramatsu has also launched the Dandelion Project, an interactive artwork that aims to bring peace to the world through dandelions. Starting in autumn 2020, the project has been installed in Tokyo Tower, Singapore’s Marina Bay Gardens and even in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

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2:NAKED GARDEN ONE KYOTO・Bireyama Sakamoto Light Sculpture Exhibition

For a relaxing night out in kimono and avoiding the crowds, Hirayama Sakamoto is a great place to spend the night.

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3. Osaka Castle Illuminage

This winter, let the magnificent lights of the iconic Tokugawa Ieyasu and Osaka Castle light up and warm up the winter romance of Osaka Castle, Japan, with a dreamlike light show that will guide you into an incredible world. The night of Osaka Castle becomes more and more beautiful as the night goes on, making your trip to Osaka a memorable one!

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Okinawa Southeast Botanical Garden

The Southeast Botanical Garden is home to a wide variety of wildlife and plants, with over 1,300 species of tropical and subtropical plants. Don’t miss the beautiful illuminations at night, which were recognized as Japan’s Night Landscape Heritage “Light Night Heritage” in 2019!

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Ashikaga Flower Park Illumination Show

Ashikaga Flower Park is one of the only places in Japan to be rated by CNN as one of the top 10 fantastic tourist attractions in the world, and the annual light show is a world-renowned event!

The garden is decorated with coloured lights in the form of “miracle vines” that cover the entire vine frame as if they were real wisteria flowers swaying in the wind, making it very beautiful! The popular “Hundred Flowers Castle”, which was launched in 2017, has also been redesigned and exhibited, making it a must-see!

If you’ve made it to the Japan Light Sculpture Exhibition, you’ll want to take a photo and keep a souvenir. You can change into a kimono and walk along the path filled with maple leaves to make another memory for the end of 2022.

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