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Edogawa-ku FireworksFestival江戸川区花火大会


This beloved fireworks festival has been held for many years as a summer tradition in Edogawa City. It is counted as one of Tokyo's two major fireworks displays, the other being the Sumida River Fireworks Festival. It features a program composed of eight themes with different movements, each having its own charm and meticulous production. It starts off spectacularly with a 1,000-burst starmine display launched in five seconds. About 14,000 fireworks are set off in all, with glittering showers of silver and gold and spellbinding starmine displays creating non-stop show that takes the crowd's breath away.

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place Tokyo Edogawa-ku Kamishinozaki 1-25 Edogawa riverbed Tokyo Metropolitan Shinozaki Park
phone 0356620523



Tokyo Edogawa-ku Kamishinozaki 1-25 Edogawa riverbed Tokyo Metropolitan Shinozaki Park [map]



Number of fireworks
14,000 shots
Paid spectator seating
Not available
Average attendance
In case of stormy weather
Postponed until next day
Cancelled if launching also not possible next day

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