Candle Night at Oita University

Here are some photos I took at the Candle Night. It was supposed to be on the 20th of June, but it rained, so the event was postponed one week later, 27th June (today). There were musical performances during the candle night, slow, jazzy music.

(Sorry, they’re a bit blurry, click to enlarge)

此方は大分大学のキャンデルナイットの写真でございます。善く 「凄く可愛い」 と聞いた。

Some are taken by my tutor, Faizal.

From Wiki:

Candle Night is an international celebration usually held during the summer solstice or winter solstice. Celebrants, turn off their electric lights, light candles and enjoy various activities.


Posted on June 28, 2008, in @Japan, Life @ Oita and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Wow.. cool!!
    Btw, I know, it’s hard to take a photograph in a dark place without using tripod.

  2. こんにちは。

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