Feel the magic this season with the BLUE CAVE SHIBUYA illumination event!

28.November.2016 | SPOT

The “Blue Cave SHIBUYA” event which was held in 2014 wondered and amazed visitors. A beautiful, blue atmosphere filled the night with magic. This year will be the first time in history that this magical illumination will stretch from Shibuya Koen Dori (Shibuya Park Street) to Yoyogi Park’s Keyaki-namiki. This 750m stretch of illumination will light a beautiful path for visitors to walk, tinting the atmosphere with blue ー you won’t be able to stop taking pictures and videos! Enjoy 250 metres of magic at Yoyogi Park’s Keyaki-namiki, where the same magical, blue atmosphere as the famous Blue Grotto cave in Italy has been brought to Japan.

 

Colouring Shibuya this winter ー come enjoy the beautiful blue magic this season!

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■Information

BLUE CAVE SHIBUYA「青の洞窟 SHIBUYA」

Location:Shibuya Koen Dori, Shibuya to Keyaki-namiki, Yoyogi Park (750 m)

Illumination hours:17:00 〜 23:00 ※ There is a possibility that the illumination times are changed.

Illumination period:22nd November(Tuesday)〜9th January 2017 (Monday/National holiday)

Website: http://shibuya-aonodokutsu.jp

 

 

■ Related article: Meguro River will be dyed in sakura coloured illuminations this winter for this year’s “Meguro River Minna no Illumination 2016″

 

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    © SHUEISHA Inc. All rights reserved.

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    Golden Island Zipang 2020

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    Kiki & Lala treats at the Sanrio Cafe Wagon

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    45th Anniversary Items

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