Nabana no Sato Winter Illumination

This past weekend, our boss took a bunch of us to see the winter illumination at Nabana no Sato, which is in Mie Prefecture. Mie borders Aichi on the west side.

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There was a cute Peter Rabbit at the entrance to the park.

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One of the first things we saw was this field of super blue lights.

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Teddy and two of the preschool teachers in the blue light field.

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The lake looked really beautiful with the lights.

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Trees reflecting in the water.

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Me and Teddy in front of the lake.

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Teddy with three of the preschool teachers.

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There were multiple light tunnels. This one had cute little stars hanging from the ceiling.

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The end of the tunnel.

They had this cool Mount Fuji display where they played music and changed the colors to represent each season.

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Spring Fuji

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Summer Fuji

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Fall Fuji

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Winter Fuji

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Volcano Fuji

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There was this really pretty lake where they had plain white lights so that the fall colors would reflect on the water. They even made the kanji on the sign upside down so that they reflected right side up in the water!!

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The leaves’ reflection.

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Another shot of the big lake.

Well, that’s all for Nabana no Sato!

2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Barb Lange
    Nov 11, 2013 @ 13:05:27

    You are so lucky to see so many beautiful places and Festivals. Nabana no Sato is a real gem, I would love to see it!

    Reply

  2. Marie Elder
    Nov 12, 2013 @ 15:18:06

    Great pictures…..How lovely the colors are. Thanks for sharing.

    Reply

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