'Tunnel Of Lights': Stunning Japan Light Show Boasts 5.8 Million LED Bulbs [PHOTO & VIDEO]

By Danny Choy on November 11, 2012 4:27 PM EST

Nabano no Sato Light Show (Photo: YouTube)
Nabana no Sato Light Show (Photo: YouTube)

A truly brilliant exhibition, the Nabana no Sato garden of Nagashima, Japan, has opened an incredible "Tunnel of Lights" show, drawing hundreds of thousands of international tourists with more than 7 million LED lights.

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Every winter, the Nabana no Sato botanical garden lights up to dazzle its visitors with what many of its fans call "the best light show in the country." With virtually endless rows of glowing lights snaking across the park as well as iconic national landscapes like Mount Fuji recreated in LEDs, many happy fans shared pictures and videos of their colorful experience on a number of blogs. In fact, according to writer Joanna Tocher of Hiroshima prefecture Webzine "Wide Island View," the park is so awe-inspiring that "if you can shut out the noise of the hundreds of people around you it really does feel like you're stepping into another world."

Finally, not only do the lights of Nabana no Sato have the ability to amaze, the LED arrays are actually environmentally friendly as well-- the 5.8 million LED bulbs are all powered by solar energy.

For readers looking to pay Japan a visit, you'd be happy to hear that Nabana no Sato's light exhibit will be open until March 31, 2013.

For the rest of us that most likely will not make the journey, experience the incredible Nabana no Sato lights from the videos below!

To see more images from Nabana no Sato, visit mymodernmet.com.

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