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  • Ching-Yao Lo

    100 000 LED lights in the Sumida river...magical!

  • Karin Weizel

    Sumida River, Tokyo, Japan #travel #bucketlist

  • Cara Braude

    magine a glowing river lit up with the natural illumination of fireflies. The small insects flitting across the water reflecting upon it like a naturally created light show. This past weekend the Sumida River that runs through Tokyo, Japan was lit up by 100,000 LED lights for the Tokyo Hotaru Festival to commemorate the now scarce insects that used to bring the river to life. The balls of light which have been dubbed “Prayer Stars”.  were provided by Panasonic. They are 100% solar powered and we

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