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Illuminated icicles captivate visitors in Japan’s Saitama Prefecture
The Japan News/Asia News Network

Illuminated icicles captivate visitors in Japan’s Saitama Prefecture

Illuminated icicles captivate visitors in Japan’s Saitama Prefecture
The Japan News/Asia News Network

TOKYO — Clusters of icicles are illuminated in Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture, on Saturday. The Misotsuchi no Tsurara icicles form when springwater that seeps from rocks freezes. According to a local tourist organization, the naturally-formed icicles span an area about 10 meters tall and 30 meters wide, while the man-made icicles cover a rock wall about 25 meters tall and 55 meters wide. The illumination lasts through Feb. 11.

 

Illuminated icicles captivate visitors in Japan’s Saitama Prefecture
The Japan News/Asia News Network

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