A look into James Turrell's House of Light in Japan

A guesthouse deep in west Japan's countryside is attracting thousands of tourists for its unique lighting.

    A guesthouse deep in west Japan's countryside is attracting thousands of tourists for its unique lighting.

    The House of Light was created by artist James Turrell 17 years ago.

    Its manager explains how he has used shadow and light to create a sanctuary for guests to meditate in.


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