You can experience the new night time entertainment in Tokyo Disneyland. “Once Upon A Time” a heartwarming nighttime entertainment filled with fantasy that uses projection mapping technology to produce a 3D effect by projecting images to the Cinderella Castle in the park. Many of the unforgettable scenes from Disney films are projected along with its favorite Disney music and special effects, such as on-stage pyrotechnics. Please note that to view “Once Upon a Time” from the Central Viewing Area, reserved seat tickets (free) are required.
Showa Memorial Park is located about 30 minutes by train from Shinjuku station. The park is very large that you will need half or full day to explore around. There is a large Ginko boulevard at the Tachikawa entrance.
Sagamiko Resort will be lit up for the fifth year using a large amount of LED lights for the night illumination event. It will features a wide range of colors accompanying music, and visitors can also use the amusement park rides at night to enjoy the sparkling forest scenery from a different viewpoint. The event will start from Nov 1st, 2014 to April 12th, 2015.
The colors of Autumn from Koishikawa Korakuen Garden. It is one of two surviving Edo period clan gardens in modern Tokyo and one of the oldest and best preserved parks in Tokyo.
Nibukawa Hot Spring is a natural hot spring near Imabari in Ehime Pref. It’s waters have traditionally been known for their curative properties. A soak in the hot spring water is incredibly relaxing. The Dogo Onsen is supposed to be the oldest hot springs resort in Japan. The main building is a wooden bath house built in the late 1800s.