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Nobi Fireworks Festival濃尾大花火

Event

On the stage of Kisogawa River, this large-scale fireworks display is held jointly by Hashima City, Gifu Prefecture and Ichinomiya City, Aichi Prefecture. A variety of fireworks, from wide starmines to reverse Niagara sparklers, paint the nighttime summer sky in vivid colors. You can't miss the finale, with its overawing use of 24 inch shells (nishakudama). Nishakudama shells are one of the biggest celebration balls of the Tokai Region, weighing 60 kilograms, with a diameter of 60 centimeters that blooms to 500 meters in the air.

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Gifu Pref. Hashimashi Masakichou

phone 0583921111

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Details

Address

Gifu Pref. Hashimashi Masakichou [map]

Phone

0583921111

Date
2019/8/14(Wednesday)
19:30-20:45
Number of fireworks
5,000 shots
Paid spectator seating
Available
Average attendance
240,000people
In case of stormy weather
Held rain or shine/Postponed in bad weather
Parking Lot
Available

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