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Hikari: A Festival of Lights at Tanaka Farms

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Photograph: Courtesy Tanaka Farms

Time Out says

Tanaka Farms is opening up its Irvine fields for this after-dark wagon ride and walk-through. Hikari—which means “light” or “shine” in Japanese—has set up a long trail of lanterns, plus some festive theming that’s overtaken the farm’s scarecrows, tractors and trees. You’ll be able to explore the lantern field by both tractor and foot, and afterwards you can peruse a petting zoo, games, crafts and photo ops. While you’re there, you’ll also find the farm’s produce stand, a holiday market and a Christmas tree lot. You’ll need to purchase a parking pass, as well as tickets for each person; the prices fluctuate depending on the date, so opt for a weekday for the lowest price.

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$25–$35, parking $10
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