Wednesday, 19 July 2017

When you see fireworks in Japan, you know that summer has arrived

Fireworks displays are a major summer event in Japan. People get dressed up in yukata robes and go out to enjoy them with their friends and family. There are also food stalls at some of these events, which makes the whole event feel like a festival.

Japan's fireworks technology is world-class, so you should definitely experience it for yourself!

Competitive performances of 

TOKYO SKYTREE and FireworksSumida River Fireworks Festival

The traditional fireworks festival is the classic hallmark of summer in Tokyo. Fireworks are launched from two venues on either side of Sumida River.
Approx. 22,000 shots.
Date of Fireworks29-Jul-17
Time of Event7:05pm - 8:30pm
(When it is a bad weather it will be postponed to the 30th (the next day), or cancelled if both days are rained out.)
Place of Event -Sumida river, Sumida-ku / Daito-ku, Tokyo 
(1st Event Venue): downstream Sakura-bashi to upstream Kototoi-bashi and 
(2nd Event Venue): downstream Komagata-bashi to upstream Umaya-bashi MAP
Access15 minute walk from Asakusa Station on Tobu Skytree Line

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