Mitsubishis Eclipse 2019 may be a little early in the calendar, but it will definitely be the best eclipse of the year, as it will bring a dazzling display to Tokyo.
This is the first eclipse of its kind in the world.
The Japanese automaker will also be taking advantage of the solar eclipse for some of its upcoming electric vehicles.
The eclipse will begin at 7 p.m. local time on Wednesday, April 6, 2019.
The eclipse begins in the middle of the Japanese month of Taira, which is known for its large number of eclipses.
This will be the first time a solar eclipse is visible in Tokyo, as the city was originally named after the Tairai, a mythical Japanese dragon, during the 13th century.
The Japanese Eclipse Society (JES) will provide free tours to visitors.
The organization also offers eclipse-related activities, like viewing a live broadcast of the eclipse.
Visitors can learn more about the eclipse by visiting www.jes.or.jp/eclipse, or read about it on their website.
The event will begin with a special viewing of the first images of the sun.
The last solar eclipse of 2019 will be on July 10, 2020, and will last about three minutes.
A total eclipse is possible from mid-April to mid-May, and the eclipse will be visible from the East Coast of the U.S. to the Pacific Ocean.
This eclipse will also provide the first opportunity to watch the eclipse from a Japanese island.
The next solar eclipse will occur on August 8, 2020.
The total eclipse will last only three minutes, and its total area will be 4,859,500 square kilometers.