Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) structure sculpture at 45th Asahikawa Winter …
Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) structure sculpture at 45th Asahikawa Winter …
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Asahikawa, Japan - February 9, 2013: The 45th Asahikawa Winter Festival. Photo showing a sculpture the structure of human Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). The Asahikawa Winter Festival (Asahikawa Fuyu Matsuri) is Hokkaido's second largest winter festival after Sapporo's Snow Festival. The festival takes place over a week in early February, about the same time as the Sapporo Snow Festival. Ice sculpture competition is held along with the asahikawa winter festival.
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Asahikawa Winter Festival 2013. Photo showing a sculpture the structure of human Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA). The Asahikawa Winter Festival (Asahikawa Fuyu Matsuri) is Hokkaido's second largest winter festival after Sapporo's Snow Festival. The festival takes place over a week in early February, about the same time as the Sapporo Snow Festival. Ice sculpture competition is held along with the asahikawa winter festival.
The festival is held at Heiwa Dori pedestrian street, which leads over roughly one kilometer from Asahikawa Station to the vicinity of the Asahibashi Site. A total of 53 ice sculptures are displayed there, to be judged in an ice sculpture competition. For the first few days of the festival the sculptors can be seen at work, after which the sculptures are left on display. The sculptures look particularly attractive during the evening when they are illuminated.
More information can be found at this address: http://www.city.asahikawa.hokkaido.jp/files/kankou/awf/
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