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Nagasaki Port Festival Fireworks Displayながさきみなとまつり花火大会


This fireworks display colors the nights of the Nagasaki Port Festival, which is representative of summer in Nagasaki. The hot festival nights are made even livelier from the approximately 10,000 fireworks launched over two nights from offshore in Nagasaki Bay. It is highly recommended to watch the fireworks from the hills or observation desk while also enjoying the beautiful night scenery selected as one of the Three New Great Night Views of the World.


Nagasaki Pref. Nagasakishi Tokiwamachi Nagasaki Waterside Forest Park

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2019/7/27 (Saturday) 7/28 (Sunday)
To be determined
Number of fireworks
A total of 10,000 between 2Sundays
Paid spectator seating
Not available
Average attendance
In case of stormy weather

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