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Koto Fireworks Festival

Held in Koto-ku, this annual event sets off almost 4,000 colorful fireworks near the Arakawa River. That number might seem small compared to other hanabi events, but the festival draws huge crowds. This year, an estimated 300,000 will attend. The…

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Sumida River Fireworks 2019

The Sumida River Fireworks show, Japan’s oldest and most popular fireworks festival, runs for 90 minutes and attracts massive crowds. For spots that afford a good view and aren’t insanely crowded, we recommend Shiori Park (600m from Minamisenju Station) or…

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Hachioji Fireworks Festival

At the Hachioji Fireworks Festival, visitors can enjoy 3,500 fireworks at close range within a municipal baseball stadium. Held since the Edo period, the festival showcases a display of beautifully crafted fireworks and star mines each year. Visitors can stroll…

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Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival

Dating back to 1733, this firework festival is known as the oldest in the country. The annual event takes place on the last Saturday of July, and with almost 1 million people attending, it’s one of Tokyo’s biggest hanabi events…

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Jenesys 2018 Youth Leader Okayama

Sumidagawa Firework Festival is one of the most famous festivals in Japan! It is a revival of celebrations held since the Edo period, and annually attracts close to a million celebrants This year, Sumidagawa Firework Festival will be held on…

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Katsushika Noryo Fireworks Festival

About 13,000 fireworks will go off in the center of a large baseball field by the Edogawa riverside in the 52nd edition of this annual festival. Last year, nearly 8,000 people attended. This festival is smaller than other major hanabi…

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Adachi Fireworks Festival

With a history of about 100 years, the 41st annual Adachi Fireworks Festival will launch over 13,000 fireworks along the Arakawa River. There are plenty of great vantage points throughout the riverbank, so pick a spot and experience the age-old…

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Yokohama Sparkling Twilight

As a historic port city, Yokohama is the perfect venue for an offshore hanabi event. About 3,000 fireworks will go off each day during the two-day festival, which combines gorgeous night views with a number of special events, including parades,…

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Yokohama Sparkling Twilight

Tokyo’s big neighbor might be the perfect place to enjoy hanabi season without the hassle and the crowds of the capital’s main festivals. Yokohama Sparkling Twilight is a two-day festival with around 3,000 fireworks being launched from the shore off Yamashita Park…

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