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Funabashi Citizens Festival / Funabashiko Shinsui Park Fireworksふなばし市民まつり・船橋港親水公園花火大会


This fireworks display is the finale of the Funabashi Citizens Festival which boasts perennial popularity as a Funabashi summer tradition. Each year the program features a different theme. It takes place at Funabashi Port right on the sea, with fireworks of various sizes launching one after another, including elaborate starmines and special effect fireworks, all beautifully splashing the night sky. The fireworks are launched from offshore; if you're in the right spot, you'll be able to see the inverted reflection of the bursts on the sea. There are also plenty of food stalls, and it's packed with visitors and locals alike.


Chiba Pref. Funabashishi Hamachou

phone 0474362473

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Number of fireworks
8,500 shots
Paid spectator seating
Average attendance
In case of stormy weather
Held if light rain/Posted in bad weather, reserve Sunday 8/1 (Thursday)

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