A dying Japanese tradition was brought to life recently ... thanks to Panasonic.
The Sumida River in Tokyo used to be lit by thousands of fireflies which have been dying out. So, Panasonic had a brilliant idea for the Tokyo Hotaru Festival: fill the river with 100,000 LED lights to mimic the fireflies.
The lights were 100% solar powered and designed to light up as soon as they hit the water.
Did you know...? Panasonic has outreach programs to give charitable donations to people who deserve them. Got a project that deserves a donation? Learn how to apply on their website, here.
VIDEO: Panasonic Lights Up The Sumida River
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