Updated: June 05, 2018
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2017 Tokyo Fireworks Festivals Calendar

Summer is here! There are the most popular and amazing fireworks (hanabi) festivals in Tokyo the you can't miss. When and where can you see? Here is a schedule of Tokyo's famous fireworks festivals so you can mark your calendar!

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<July 22nd> Adachi

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Adachi fireworks festival is held along Arakawa river. They will display around 12000 fireworks and you can see from some parks by the river. Around 15 minutes walk from Kitasenju station.

Date: July 22nd
Time: 19:30-20:30
Address: 4 Chome, Umeda, Adachi, Tokyo

<July 25th> Katsushika

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Katsushika's fireworks festival is known as one of the most crowed festivals. You can see 13000 great fireworks show and also there are a lot of food stalls where you can get delicious festival food of Japan. 8 minutes walk from Shimabata station.

Date: July 25th
Time: 19:20-20:30
Address: 6 Chome Shibamata, Katsushika, Tokyo

<July 29th> Sumidagawa

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Sumidagawa (Sumida river) fireworks festival is definitely one of the top festivals that many visitors come to see. It also has a long history. You can see over 20000 fireworks with the Tokyo Sky Tree, the tallest tower in the world. 5 minutes walk from Asakusa station.

Date: July 29th
Time: 19:05-20:30
Address: 1 Chome-2-4 Mukojima, Sumida, Tokyo

<August 5th> Edogawa

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Edogawa (Edo river) fireworks festival has been popular for over 40 years. You can see a variety of fireworks as many as 14000 displays. Shinozaki Park, located 15 minutes walk from Sinozaki station, is the most popular spot to see the show.

Date: August 5th
Time: 19:15-20:30
Address: 1 Chome-25-1 Kamishinozaki, Edogawa, Tokyo

<August 20th> Jingugaien

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The fireworks festival is held at the Meiji Jingu Stadium where people usually play sports. Only on this day, you can watch 12000 of fireworks show like a sports game. Some artists will perform before the fireworks. You need to purchase the ticket to enter and get a seat in the stadium. It's in the center of Tokyo and easy to access, 7 minutes walk from Gaienmae, Omotesando, Sendagaya, or Kokuritsu-kyogijo stations.

Date: August 20th
Time: 19:30-20:30
Address: 3-1 Kasumigaoka-machi, Shinjuku, Tokyo

Plan your visit to these greatest fireworks festivals!

Watching fireworks is one of the must-do things if you are in Japan during summer. The festivals are usually very crowded, but totally worth visiting. Also, they always have a bunch of food stalls, so don't forget to try the Japanese festival food too!
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