Sumida River Fireworks Festival

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posted on August 3, 2016

One of the major fireworks Festival in Tokyo.

Sumida River Fireworks Festival is one of the biggest fireworks festivals in Japan. About 22,500 fireworks attract over 950,000 viwers every year. This is the oldest fireworks festival in Japan. This annual fireworks festival is held on the last Saturday in July, over the Sumidagawa near Asakusa.

*The event date will be changed to July 31st in case of bad weather.
*Event dates and programs may be subject to change.

Access:
15-min walk from Ginza Line, Asakusa Station (The 1st Stage)
5-min walk from Asakusa Line & Oedo Line, Kuramae Station (The 2nd Stage)

Date Time Entry Address
Late Jul, 2017 Free 1-1-10 Imado, Taito-ku, Tokyo
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