Yomiuriland’s Illumination is a winter illumination spectacle held from early November to Mid February at Yomiuriland, an amusement park in Inagi City.

The illumination is produced every year by Mikiko Ishii, a world-renowned lighting designer, and many fans look forward to this illumination every year because of its distinctive jewel-colored LED lights. Approximately 1.5 million light bulbs are used to create a brilliant illumination of the park.

An aqua area has been newly created by the poolside, which is decorated with LEDs in six new aqua jewelry colors, creating another beautiful spot. There are also special events available only in the Aqua Area.

Of course, the ever-popular “Jewelry Road” and “Diamond Canyon,” which shines like a diamond, will be even more beautiful and impressive than in previous years.

The biggest attraction of the Yomiuriland Jewel Illumination is the contrast between the illumination from the Ferris wheel and other rides and the beautiful night view of Tokyo, which is unique to Yomiuriland.

From couples to families, adults to children, people of all ages will be moved and entertained by this wonderful work of art.

From the nearest station, take the Keio Yomiuri Land Station on the Keio Line, then take the “Sky Shuttle” gondola for about 10 minutes or the Odakyu Bus for about 5 minutes. On the Odakyu Line, get off at Yomiuri Land-mae Station and take the Odakyu Bus for about 10 minutes.

Parking is available for 2,500 vehicles (1,000 yen per day for standard vehicles). (Regular cars cost 1,000 yen per day.)

Facility Name Yomiuri Land
Address 4015-1 Yanoguchi, Inagi City, Tokyo
Official Site Yomiuri Land Jewel Illumination
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1.5 million illumination lights up the entire land in seven jewel colors. Illumination produced by Mikiko Ishii, a world-renowned lighting designer Jewelry Road
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Aqua Jewelry Beach Aqua Area Each attraction is also illuminated
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Illumination based on seven jewelry colors Jewelry Tower Various events!

Image Credit: Tokyo Navi via tokyo-park.net archive

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