Japan’s Nabana no Sato Botanical Garden, located on the island of Nagashima in Kuwana in the northern Mie prefecture, looks like a magically wonderland. Millions of LED lights have been used to create illuminated hedgerows, tunnels and trees. One installation replicates Mt. Fuji, the iconic strato-volcano in Japan.
Each year the botanical gardens light up their grounds over the holidays. The displays begin in November and run until the end of March. This year, the theme is "nature," and thank goodness they're using LEDs, which consume far less electricity than other bulbs. Every inch of the park, it seems, is lit up.