The Lumie Forest illumination at Caretta Shiodome in Minato-ku, Tokyo, is held at Caretta Plaza on the B2F of Caretta Shiodome.

The illumination incorporates 3D projection mapping, that projects images onto building walls and other surfaces and transforms them into a three-dimensional effect, and is skillfully fused with conventional LEDs to create an illumination that is different from anything seen in the past.

The illumination is a different kind of light and sound illusion. Even if you saw the Lumie Forest last year, it is worth seeing the light and image show using the latest 3D projection mapping technology, which can be called a “pop-up picture book” for adults.

Even if you saw the “Forest of Lumieres” last year, it is still worth seeing! Of course, first-time visitors are also invited to experience the new legendary “Lumie Forest”.

You can take your best shot with your cell phone, but don’t hesitate to ask the staff to help you take a commemorative photo to preserve your memories. The event is held from mid November to  December 25.

During the period, the show will run for about 6 minutes every 00 minutes, 20 minutes and 40 minutes from 17:00 to 22:30

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via archive

Facility Name Karettashi Odome
Address Caretta Shiodome, 1-8-2 Higashi-Shinbashi, Minato-ku, Tokyo
Official site Lumie Forest
Christmas trees of various sizes & colors Fantastic blue and green illumination spreads out You can take pictures inside the big tree!
The entire wall of the building is used as a backdrop for the tree of lights in the plaza. Light and sound show with 3D projection mapping Lumie Forest information board
Image of 3D projection mapping 01 Image of 3D projection mapping 02 3D projection mapping image 03

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via archive

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