Japanese Resort's Tunnel of Light Boasts 3.2 Million LEDs

japan Toki no Sumika winter tunnel photo

Photo via Toki no Sumika

Toki no Sumika resort in Japan has hosted an extraordinary light display the last few years, and this year's is just as spectacular as ever with 3.2 million LED lights. And while a lighting display of this magnitude might deserve some tsking, there's an eco-friendly edge to it. This tunnel of lights at the Toki no Sumika resort is comprised of an eye-popping number of LED lights, but...they're all 100% solar powered. Thumbs up for using renewable energy for the tourist attraction.

Visiting the tunnel is free, and lights are on from 5pm to 9:30pm until March 8. If you happen to be in Japan, you might want to check it out.

See more images at the resort's website.

Via JapanSugoi
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