Island Lumina

Michal Serafin

Mar 4, 2019

A multimedia night walk in search of an enchanted jewel.

Located on Iojima Island, and created by a Canadian company (Moment Factory), this one-hour adventure takes place through a gentle-sloping forest path filled with magical lights, motion pictures, and digital art using state-of-the-art technologies. Glow-in-the-dark face paint is also available prior to entering the enchanted forest.


Island Lumina can easily be accessed via Island Lumina Private Bus (free) from Shimakaze no Yu (hot spring facility) on Iojima Island. For access to Iojima Island, there are free shuttle buses that run between Nagasaki Station and Shimakaze no Yu, but reservation in advance is required. For more details on access information and shuttle bus timetables, please refer to Island Lumina's official webpage.

Island Lumina transports visitors on a quest in search of an enchanted jewel, said to be stolen from the sky by a dragon. This interactive adventure follows a young girl named Yura through a mysterious underwater world that glimmers with magic. Along their journey, visitors are invited to participate in the story by helping Yura to find the gemstone and face off against the dragon in an epic final battle to restore the balance between darkness and light.

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ISLAND LUMINAにやってきた人々は、ドラゴンが天空より盗みさったとされる魔法の宝石を探す冒険の旅にでます。インタラクティブなアドベンチャーにより、少女ユラと幻想的に光る不思議な水中世界を冒険することになります。 宝石を探し、最期の戦いでドラゴンに立ち向かい、闇の世界になってしまった島に光を取り戻すユラを助けながら、誰もが物語の世界に入り込みます。

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