Japanese Nighttime Factory Photography Will Have You Believing FF7’s Midgar Is Real – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Japanese Nighttime Factory Photography Will Have You Believing FF7’s Midgar Is Real

We’ve seen that nighttime scenes and tours of factories in Japan can be surprisingly gorgeous, as well as photography that makes you feel as if you’ve stepped into a world of science fiction. But while fans await the upcoming remake of Final Fantasy 7, they may have an opportunity to visually explore Midgar with the amazing drone photography of Tetsuro Kobayashi.

Kobayashi’s latest photography, taken with help of a drone in Shibata, Fukuoka, shows off the dazzling nighttime scenery of a factory that seems as if a world of science fiction has come to life.

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