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Tokyo Tower Main Observatory Gets 10,000 ‘Star' Milky Way Illumin

By: Bianca Bartz - Published: • References: podcast.sankei.co.jp & newlaunches
The Milky Way Illumination in the Tokyo Tower Main Observatory is captivating astrology enamored people eager to see the faux dazzling night sky.

The Milky Way is one of the most profound celestial sightings one can experience on this earth, yet in a city as polluted with poor air and city light as Tokyo, the chances of seeing the real twinkling star cluster is incredibly slim.

The Milky Way Illumination in the Tokyo Tower Main Observatory consists of 10,000 twinkling blue lights on the ceiling against a very dark backdrop.

“Red lights represent Orihime (the female figure in the traditional Tanabata legend), and white lights represent Hikoboshi (the male figure),” New Launches explains.

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