From the deep forests of Okutama and the vibrant coral reefs of Ogasawara, to the sleepless neon lights of Shinjuku, Tokyo truly is one of the most diverse cities. And while one could argue that it has enough night lights, a new nightly projection mapping display will light up the Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s headquarters building on a daily basis.

 The show, titled “Tokyo Night & Light,” will be projected on the eastern facade of the Main Building No. 1, extending roughly 14,000 square meters from the building’s fourth to 32nd floors. It’s been recognized as the largest of its kind in the world by Guinness World Records.

Relying solely on alternative energy, the lights will tell the story of Tokyo’s past, present and future, with different sections emphasizing the endless diversity that the city has to offer.

Under the current schedule set to continue through April, five shows are held from 7 p.m. Different displays will be projected on weekends and holidays, according to the website.