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Sumida River Fireworks Festival

The 40th Sumida River Fireworks Festival

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The largest fireworks festival in Tokyo with tradition and prestige

The predecessor of the Sumida River Fireworks “Opening of the River at Ryogoku” began in 1733. Thereafter, there were several interruptions, but since 1978 it has been held annually as “Sumida River Fireworks Festival”.
It is the fireworks festival that boasts the scale of the best in Kanto.

The 40th Sumida River Fireworks Festival

© Tokyo Convention&Visitors Bureau

The launch of 200 contest fireworks to be held at “Venue:1” attracts attention because it can enjoy innovative fireworks. The number of fireworks to be launched is 9,350 shots in the “Venue:1” and 10,650 shots in the “Venue:2”, totaling 20,000 shots.
You can enjoy collaboration of TOKYO SKYTREE® and fireworks.

Due to the typhoon, “Sumida River Fireworks Festival” will be postponed to July 29. Whether it can be carried out on July 29th will be announced on the official twitter at 18:00 on July 28th.

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Details

Event Name Sumida River Fireworks Festival
Venue 【Venue 1】
Sakurabashi Bridge (downstream) – Kototoibashi Bridge (upstream)
【Venue 2】
Komagatabashi Bridge (downstream) – Umayabashi Bridge (upstream)
Dates July 29, 2018
Note In the case of stormy weather, this event will be postponed on July 29th. If both days cannot be carried out, it will be canceled.
Open Hours 【Venue 1】 19:00 – 20:30
【Venue 2】 19:30 – 20:30
Admission Free
Address 1-1 Imado Taito-ku, Tokyo
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