Nabana No Sato 2018: Japan’s wildest light display is back

It’s highlighting Kumamoto, one of Japan’s earthquake-shaken prefectures. This is the first time it’s done so. “We’ve been showing the beauty of nature throughout the world,” says Yasuyo Otani, Nagashima Resort’s spokesperson. “We’ve introduced Mount Fuji …
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