Ashikaga Orihime Jinja
LED floodlights provide magical illumination for a shrine widely known as a symbol of Ashikaga / Ashikaga City, Tochigi Prefecture
Ashikaga Orihime Jinja is a shrine halfway up Mount Orihime, which is close to the central area of Ashikaga City in Tochigi Prefecture. Ashikaga is an area that has long had a prosperous history with weaving, and the shrine is where the guardian in deity of Ashikaga, which boasts more than 1,200 years of weaving-industry history and culture, is enshrined. The deity itself has been well known since olden times as a God of industry promotion and matchmaking, and the main shrine building is a registered tangible cultural property. The shrine compound offers a sweeping view of the urban area of Ashikaga, the Watarase River, and the Kanto Plain, and the scenery at night is also popular, being acknowledged as a "national night-scenery treasure", "holy ground for lovers", and one of "Japan's famous hundred moon-views", which provides incentive for the location's many visitors. 2017 marks the 80th anniversary of the shrine's deity transfer, and as part of a commemoration project, work was carried out to repaint the main building from red to a brilliant vermilion. LEDioc FLOOD SPOLART LED floodlights were also installed in place of the existing mercury lamps for the illumination of the main shrine building, which has been taking place for some time, with the new lighting achieving large-scale power savings while increasing brightness. Dignified illumination of the main shrine building displays the beautiful contrast of the vermillion and the green rust of the copper roof, creating a magical atmosphere that differs from the effect during the day. The illumination is automatically controlled and continues from evening until the morning, and when seen from the city, the shrine building seems to float against the belly of the mountain, creating charming night-time scenery that is a well-known symbol of the city.
The impressive form of the main shrine building is lit with LED floodlights, which contributes to power savings while increasing brightness compared to the previous lighting.
LEDioc FLOOD SPOLART lights brightly light the entire shrine building.
The LED floodlights have been installed in locations that effectively light the main shine building.
The 160W LEDioc FLOOD SPOLART lights turned on. The lights achieve large-scale reductions in power consumption and have a brightness equivalent to 700W mercury lamps.
The installed LEDioc FLOOD SPOLART LED floodlights, which have inherited the HID floodlight design.
A daytime view of the vermilion-painted Main Shrine building, which is a registered tangible cultural property.
The 229 stone steps leading to the shrine compound are decorated with paper lanterns, and unfolding below is a wonderful view of the urban area of Ashikaga City.
LEDioc FLOOD SPOLART 160W Type - 6