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The 39th Sumida River Fireworks Festival

Sumida River Fireworks Festival official homepage

Source: Sumida River Fireworks Festival official homepage

The largest fireworks display in Tokyo with tradition and prestige

In traditional fireworks display that began in 1733, until now there was an interruption of several times, it takes place every year since 1978, it is the fireworks display that boasts the scale of the best in Kanto.

The venue provided two, 200-shot competition fireworks of the launch in the first venue has become the highlight of the competition for the new creative fireworks. Launch fireworks first venue is about 9,350 shots, the second venue is about 10,650 shots. Turnout is up near every year one million people. you can enjoy collaboration of TOKYO SKYTREE (R) and  fireworks.

Find place that is not so crowded but close enough.

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Event Name The 39th Sumida River Fireworks Festival
Venue The first venue: Sakurabashi downstream-upstream Gentoikyo
Second venue: Komagatabashi downstream-upstream Umayabashi
Dates July 30, 2016
Note The festival will be cancelled in case of rain.
Open Hours 19:05~20:30
Admission Free
Address Senjuokawacho Adachi, Tokyo
Contact 03-5246-1111 Sumida River Fireworks Festival Executive Committee Office
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