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■A streak of light from the top of the building never fails to present a fantasy world to those who see it. The light catches the attention of people at random, and makes them think it comes from somehwere very attractive.

■Nothing can make us more relieved than a light in the darkness.

■Light has always been a must to us. We now have a new kind of Light as if to brighten up the 21st century. Why not try this "Arc Light"?

■Various fields of industry now seek a new way of utilizing Light:

As a means of new visual communication and something beyond ad board and neon signs, optical communication and optical fiber and Arc Light are the target of controversy.

the Arc Light: To collect people's attention and increase your customers:  
Wondrs of the Light

Kiyomizu-dera Temple in Kyoto, Japan

Arc Light "Fire of Inamura"

Arc Light " Fire of Inamura" lights up to help
very effectively in the dark of Disaster

Wakayama Prefecture's Information Center「Big.U」
Movable Simple Arc light "Fire of Inamura"

Small information:
Back in Edo Era in Japan, in a village in Wakayama Province, a man saw a sign of Tsunami. He was on a hill in the center of paddy field. Back then, rice crops were as valuable as money or life. He started a fire and burned the rice crops that were piled up for drying and havesting.

Seeing the fire all the villagers ran to the paddy field to stop burning the rice

This was how the villagers' lives were saved. Since then, the expression
"Fire of Inamura" has been used for something very effective to save a life. 

pls refer more detailed information about the historical story in English.

The below is a site of Inamura no hi no yakata ,
amaguchi Goryou, renowned for “the fire of rice sheaves,” was born in Hiro-mura village (currently Hirogawa-cho) in Kishu in 1820 (Japanese Date of Bunsei 3).
He saved the lives of many villagers by starting a ‘fire of life’ when a tsunami hit the village following a major earthquake that occurred in the Ansei era. That achievement has continued to be handed down as a symbol of tsunami prevention still applicable today. >>>> see more detailed information of the history