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More than 20,000 LED lights Japanese fantasy farmland

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More than 21,000 LED lights flashing along the ridge to the Sea of ​​Japan as the background, farm road flashing pink or golden, showing a fantasy scene.

According to reports, the Japanese city of Wajima, Ishikawa Prefecture rice field yesterday held phyllite ridge bright lighting activities around 16:00, about 450 volunteers will be small solar panels, rechargeable batteries and plastic bottles filled with LED set to 1004 farmland around. Use a total of about 21,000 LED lights.

One thousand rice fields is 2011 Food and Agriculture Organization, the Noto Peninsula in Ishikawa Prefecture in Japan recognized as the world's first terraced agricultural heritage, is the world's largest LED lighting locations. This year's lighting event a month earlier than usual, LED lights automatically turn on at sunset and off automatically after 4 hours. This activity will continue until March 15 of next year.

Tourists said, LED shine in the night sky, but also the United States than expected.

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