Photo/Illutration The new “Fantasy Walk” area comes with glowing displays modeled after the Earth, the moon and other objects during the Sagamiko Illumillion light show at the Sagamiko Resort Pleasure Forest amusement park. (Koyuru Kinoshita)

SAGAMIHARA--Visitors can “touch the stars” at the Sagamiko Illumillion show here that features around 6 million light bulbs of various colors as well as a sparkling drone.

The event is currently running at the Sagamiko Resort Pleasure Forest amusement park in the Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture.

Visitors can take a chairlift over a slope lit in rainbow colors. Another area shows an ocean and a flower field recreated with lights.

The drone, a new feature for the event, makes various movements as it flies over the venue.

In addition, an interactive attraction called “Fantasy Walk” features displays modeled after a galaxy, the Earth and other objects. They glow when visitors put balls symbolizing “pieces of a star” on touch points.

The light show continues until April 5. The venue is closed on Wednesdays and Thursdays.

Admission is 1,000 yen ($9.20) for junior high school students or older and 700 yen for children aged 3 or older, including elementary school pupils.

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