TOKYO TOWER Co., Ltd. On Sunday, January 26, Tokyo Tower lit up in a color image of the Australian flag. Towers around the world are calling for condolences and support for large-scale forest fires.
TOKYO TOWER Inc.
On Sunday, January 26, Tokyo Tower lit up in a color image of the Australian flag. Towers around the world are calling for condolences and support for large-scale forest fires.
Towers from the World Tower Federation unite to support Australia. ………………………………………………………………………
Tokyo Tower (TOKYO TOWER Co., Ltd.) has supported the call of the World Tower Federation [WORLD FEDERATION OF GREAT TOWERS:
https://www.great-towers.com/], From Sunday sunset on January 26, 2020 (17:01) to 24:00, we wish to express our condolences to the victims and many wild animals, and to expand our circle of support around the world. Lights up the color of the image of the Australian flag (Infinity Diamond Veil).
This light-up was made up of 23 countries and regions around the world, and was led by the World Tower Federation, which has a total of 53 towers, calling on member towers around the world. Already the landmarks around the world, such as the Empire State Building in New York, Willis Tower in Chicago, One Liberty in Philadelphia, Burj Khalifa in Dubai, and Calgary Tower in Canada, agree with the idea and use the Australian flag. We have stated that we will light up with blue, white, and red lights imagined and green and gold, the national colors of Australia.
In the past, on April 5, 2011, nine towers that belonged to the World Tower Federation turned on a light-up that resembled a Hinomaru to support the victims of the Great East Japan Earthquake.
On Sunday, January 26, 2020, Tokyo Tower will light up the colors of the Australian flag for a limited time only, calling for landmarks around the world and condolences and support for large-scale forest fires.
[A diamond veil of support and condolences for the Australian forest fire]
● Date and time of implementation: Sunday, January 26, 2020 (Sunset (17:01)-24:00)
● Lighting color: Lighting in color (blue, white, red) inspired by the Australian flag
● Lighting design: Motoko Ishii Design Office
* Lighting image
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