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Jingu Gaien Fireworks 2019: Stunning Fireworks In Tokyo!

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Going to see the fireworks during summer is a popular event in Japan, with many great firework festivals happening this season. Among the many famous firework festivals in Japan, Jingu Gaien Fireworks is one of the most famous firework festivals in Tokyo! Look at this guide to find out what the Jingu Fireworks are like!

Aug 10, 2019(Sat)
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Jingu Gaien Fireworks Festival

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Jingu Gaien Fireworks Festival takes place in the Jingu stadiums, which are located near Gaienmae, Aoyama, Yoyogi area. This festival first started in 1980 and ever since the 2011 Tohoku earthquake, they donate some of the money they get through collecting ticket money.
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Every year, 12,000 fireworks fill up the Tokyo night sky. As it is an arena, they have standing or sitting seats where you can enjoy the fireworks from a very close distance! Not just the fireworks, but many famous artists come to perform, so it is also a charity music event!

Tickets

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Depending on the level of seats and which area you choose, the prices of the tickets will vary. Generally, ticket prices range from ¥3,000~¥7,500 and although tickets will be sold on the day, it sells out very quickly so reserving online is recommended!

Other Details

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The festival will take place on 8/11 this year (2018), and will start at 7:30 pm. As the nearby stations will be extremely crowded, it is a good idea to be in the Jingu/Shinanomachi area as early as possible. Depending on which stadium you choose, the nearby train station is different.

Jingu stadium:
Shinanomachi station or Gaienmae station

Chichibunomiya Rugby Stadium:
Gaienmae station or Aoyama Ichome station

Nanshiki Kyujyo (Softball Field):
Shinanomachi station or Aoyama Ichome station

Tokyo Gymnasium (Tokyo Taikukan):
Sendagaya station or Kokuritsu Kyogijyo station
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