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FUJI ROCK FESTIVAL 2021

For its 24th installment, Japan’s biggest and most renowned music festival Fuji Rock Festival is coming back to Naeba Ski Resort in Niigata this year. The first line up includes The Strokes for the first performance at Fuji Rock in…

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Naniwa Yodogawa Fireworks Festival

Approximately 530,000 people will come to see this firework display on the banks of the Yodo River. Make sure to get there before 6pm or else you can’t enter the riverbed. Reserved seats can be purchased on website. Location: the…

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Summer Trip: a Cruise Party

Dive into the party of the summer with Summer Trip’s sunset cruise. It’s time to ditch your busy schedule and indulge in a getaway cruise that you totally deserve. Having fun is what summer is all about. Imagine a three…

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Freedom Sunset: Summer Edition

Freedom Sunset is coming at Oppa-La for its awaited summer edition. Live: Auto&mst shiba @ FreedomSunset DJ: Max Essa (Hell Yeah!/ Jansen Jardin) Dazzle Drums (Block Party) Megumilk (Roundhouse / Release Tokyo) Paradise Sable (Megumi & Kazuki) Kengo (Block Party…

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Edogawa Fireworks Festival

This massive fireworks display will draw an estimated 1.3 million people to the banks of the Edogawa River. Over a thousand fireworks are launched in the span of just five seconds for each of the eight acts in the 75-minute…

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Itabashi Fireworks Festival

Nominated as one of the best and the biggest firework festivals in Tokyo, the Itabashi Fireworks Festival sets off over 10,000 fireworks along the Arakawa River for a tremendous 90-minute show. To secure a good vantage point, reserve a seat…

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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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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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