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Koto City Fireworks Festival江東花火大会


The Koto City Fireworks Festival, a long beloved traditional summer event on the Arakawa River, is an attractive fireworks display that can be enjoyed in an expansive and relaxing atmosphere. The primary venue for the fireworks, the Arakawa / Sunamachi Mizube Park is only 150 meters from the launch site. It is so close, one can hear and feel the sounds of the firework launches while watching them at close range. The view of the fireworks, launched from a boat on the Arakawa River, and their gleaming reflection on the river make for a memorable elegant summer evening. In addition to the comfortable viewing areas of the grassy river banks and wall, one can drink in the fireworks covered night sky while enjoying your dinner and sake from Yakata houseboats (reservations required) operated on that day only.

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place Tokyo Koutou-ku Higashisuna 8-22 (Arakawa Arakawa/Sandachi Waterfront Park)
phone 0336474963



Tokyo Koutou-ku Higashisuna 8-22 (Arakawa Arakawa/Sandachi Waterfront Park) [map]



Number of fireworks
4,000 shots
Paid spectator seating
Not available
Average attendance
In case of stormy weather
Held if light rain/Canceled in bad weather

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