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Nagashima Resort in Mie Prefecture – Outstanding Natural Beauty and Brilliant Light-Up

February 23rd, 2009
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Nagashima Resort can easily be reached by car in 30 minutes from Nagoya and in just about 2 hours from Osaka. They provide various facilities to entertain every visitor throughout the year, from hotels to spas, from theme parks to outlet malls and a jumbo seawater swimming pool, just to name a few. What draws the visitors’ attention at this time of the year is “Nabana no Sato” which is beautifully covered with flowers and green fields from season to season. The Winter Illumination – a symphony of light and winter flowers started in mid November and lasts until March 8 this year for a period of 115 days. A lot of people come and visit the Winter Illumination to enjoy the stunning beauty of nature and a brilliant light-up.

The Winter Illumination this year celebrates its 5th anniversary with a theme featuring “flowers”. The alpine meadow is literally carpeted with 1,500,000 bulbs colorfully illuminated by LED in a total area of 27,000 square meters. It is indeed spectacular when illuminated as the night falls! On top of it, you will be amazed by an aquatic stage of illuminations, a 200 meter-long arched corridor of light and an illuminated field, attracting couples. The spectacle is reputed to be one of the most beautiful illuminations in Japan.

Within the venue, there are restaurants, a flower market, which is the largest in Tokai region, and a lookout with a full view of Nagashima Resort. Located also in the vast area of the garden are open air spas and natural hot springs. Why not give yourself a break from the hectic daily life and visit Nagashima Resort, Nagashima Resort. You deserve it!

*English Guide Book for “Nabana no Sato”

Source: Travel Vision

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