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Urasoe Tedako Festival Fireworks Show浦添てだこまつり花火大会


This fireworks display lights the skies on the first and second days of the Urasoe Tedako Festival, a summer tradition in Urasoe City, Okinawa Prefecture. Many different events are held for the festival, such as the Children's Carnival, Three Great Urasoe Kings Festival, Tedako Hari Dragon Boat Races, Summer Young Fest, Youth Eisa Dancing, and everyone from children to adults can enjoy themselves. Because the launching site of the fireworks is close to the viewing location, you can watch the fireworks up close for a surreal experience.


Okinawa Pref. Urasoeshi Nakama

phone 0988761234

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2019/10/19(Saturday), 10/20(Sunday)
Paid spectator seating
Not available
Average attendance
In case of stormy weather
Held if light rain/Canceled in bad weather

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