The Japanese Illumination Art Festival is hosted by Hotel Gajoen Tokyo
Engaging its guests with traditional Japanese design and aesthetics since 1928, the Hotel is historically known for offering alternative travel experiences. Also called “Palace of the Dragon God”, this year it is home of one of the most awaited events in town.
Wa no Akari (the Festival of lights), exhibiting 1000 artworks, combines traditional local art and craftsmanship with immersive light installations.
The festival takes place in the area “Hyakudan kaidan”, an historical wooden building in the Hotel, which has been designated a tangible cultural asset of Tokyo in 2009.
“Wa no Akari”
Hotel Gajoen Tokyo
From July 7 to September 2