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Adachi Fireworks足立の花火

Event

This festival boasts a history of over 100 years, being descended from the Senju Fireworks Festival that was held in the Meiji Period. Held along the banks of the Arakawa River, it features about 12,000 fireworks, including starmines and special effect fireworks, illuminating the summer nighttime sky. The location on a riverbank is part of the attraction, because spectators can watch in relative comfort. In recent years, spectators have started adding to the show with pen lights and smart phone applications, making for a fresh, unique approach to fireworks.

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place Tokyo Adachi-ku Senjuokawachou Ahead
phone 0338800039

Details

Address

Tokyo Adachi-ku Senjuokawachou Ahead [map]

Phone

0338800039

Date
2018/07/21(Saturday)
19:30-20:30
Number of fireworks
13,600 shots
Paid spectator seating
Available
Average attendance
660,000people
In case of stormy weather
Canceled

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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