Updated: July 22, 2019
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2019 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!

Jul 20, 2019(Sat) - Aug 10, 2019(Sat)
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<July 20> Adachi

Adachi fireworks festival is held along Arakawa river. The show is scheduled to include the launching of around 13000 fireworks, and it can be viewed from several riverside parks. The venue is about 15 minutes by foot from Kitasenju station.

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

<July 23> Katsushika Noryo Fireworks Festival

One of the most popular fireworks festivals not only in Tokyo but in the Kanto area is the Katsushika Noryo Fireworks Festival, which is happening on July 23rd, 2019. The event is scheduled to include some 13,000 fireworks!! With Katsushika's historic and somewhat nostalgic atmosphere, this is a great festival to choose. In the case of rain, the event will be held on the following day instead.

Date: July 23, 2019
Time: 7:20-8:20 pm
Address: 7-17-13 Shibamata, Katsushika-ku, Tokyo
Access: A 10 minute walk from Shibamata station.

<July 27> Sumidagawa

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 27
Time: 19:00-20:30
Address: 1 Chome-2-4 Mukojima, Sumida, Tokyo

<August 3> Edogawa

In August, Tokyo's Edogawa river becomes the spot of a fantastic fireworks display. This year, more than 10,000 fireworks will be shot into the sky! The best spot to watch the fireworks from is Shinozaki Ryokuchi or Shinozaki Park, where if you are lucky, you can sit and enjoy the beautiful fireworks from very close. Since it is such a popular festival, be there early to save your spot!

Date: August 3, 2019
Time: 7:15-8:30 pm
Address: 1-25-1 Kamishinozaki, Edogawa, Tokyo
Access: a 15 minute walk from Shinozaki station, a 25 minute walk from Koiwa station, a 25 minute walk from Keisei-Edogawa station

<August 10> Jingugaien

This fireworks festival is held at Meiji Jingu Stadium, a venue usually used for sporting events. Only on this day, spectators can watch a beautiful show that includes over 12000 fireworks, while sitting comfortably in a stadium! Additionally, there will be some live performances before the fireworks start. This is a ticketed event, with entry tickets ranging from 3,000 to 9,000 yen. It's in the center of Tokyo and easy to access, 7 minutes walk from Gaienmae, Omotesando, Sendagaya, or Kokuritsu-kyogijo stations.

Date: August 10 (held on the following day in case of rain)
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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