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Firework and Traditional Festivals 2013

Okamoto N.

by GoWithGuide travel specialist:Okamoto N.

Last updated : Feb 16, 20134 min read

Events & Festivals

Firework and Traditional Summer Festivals in Japan 2013 Here's a list of Firework and Traditional Summer Festivals in Japan 2013. Fireworks, or hanabi, is one of the summer treasures in Japan and it's a great way to spend your summer nights. Of course you can go in a T-shirt and a pair of flip-flops but it'll be even better in a yukata (a lighter, cotton kimono worn in the summer season). Event details are subject to change, so please visit each site for the latest updates.


Atami Hanabi Fireworks 2013
 Atami Hanabi FireworksAtami City


Date:
Sat July 20, Sun July 28,
Mon Aug 5, Thu Aug 8, Tue Aug 20, Sun Aug 25, Sat Aug 31,
20:20-20:50 Place:
Atami Bay
View Point: From Sun Beach To Atami Port.
Time From Atami Station: To Sun Beach - 15 min walk. To Shinsui Park pt1 - 20 min walk.
Sun Beach Map Contact:
Atami Official Tourist Association
Phone 0557-85-2222 for inside Japan / +81 557-85-2222 for outside Japan (Japanese Language Only) Price:
Free.


Feature:
Atami is famous nation-wide for it's hot spring bathing, onsens, and is especially good for Tokyoites - Tokyo people - because it's only 1 hour away. Atami hanabi firework festival has a long history, more than 60 years, and has been one of the seasons must-see event. Hotels have their own reserved seating available. See the sites of Atami hotels for details. http://www.ataminews.gr.jp/hanabi/ (Japanese Language Only)

 


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Yokohama Bay Hanabi Fireworks 2013
Yokohama Bay Hanabi Fireworks


Date:
Thu Aug 1
19:00-20:30 Place:
Yokohama Bay
Minato Mirai 21 Rinko Park Sea
View Point: From Sun Beach To Atami Port.
Time From Stations:
20 mins walk from Yokohama Station of JR, Tokyu, Yokohama Kosoku and Yokohama City Subway
15 mins walk from Sakuragicho Station of Yokohama City Subway
10 mins walk from Minato Mirai Station or Shin Takashima Station of Yokohama Kosoku
Hanabi Point


Price:
Free. Paid seats are available.

 

 

 


Tokyo Bay Hanabi Fireworks Festival 2013
 Tokyo Bay Hanabi Fireworks FestivalPark Hotel Tokyo


Date:
(Tentative Dates) Sat Aug 10. 19:00-20:30 Place:
Tokyo Bay
View Point: Anywhere around Tokyo Bay, especially from hotels with an ocean-view. Price:
Free. Paid seats are available. Feature:
Hotels and restaurants around the area have their own reserved seating available.
- Tokyo Bay Fireworks Cruising by Sea Party Cruise - 25,000yen/person
Start Place : Palette Town Odaiba http://goo.gl/VTxY4
Start Time : 17:30
For more details, see the website. (Japanese language only)
http://www.sea-party.com/hanabi-tokyo.html?gclid=CMOu9_yljbgCFSoqpgod-CIA7Q
- Tokyo Bay Fireworks Cruising by Zeal Water Resort - 33,800yen/person
Start Place : Yamatsu Pier Tennozu
Start Time : 17:30
For more details, see the website. (Japanese language only)
http://www.zeal.ne.jp/plan/186.html

 

 


Sumida River Hanabi Fireworks 2013
Sumida River Hanabi Fireworksphotozou


Date:
(Tentative Dates) Sat July 27 19:05-20:30 Place:
Sumida River
View Point: Around Sumida River, the east end of Tokyo.
Map
Price:
Free. Paid seating will be available. Feature:
Hotels have their own reserved seating. See the sites of Atami hotels for details.
Official Site
TV Tokyo Site

 

 

 

 

 


Itabashi Fireworks Festival
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Date:
(Tentative Date) 3 August 19:00~ 20:45 Place:
Arakawa, Itabashi-ku
View Point: the roof of AEON near Tobu Nerima station
MAP Price:
Free. Paid seating will be available. Feature:
This fireworks display is famous as one of the biggest displays. We call it Niagara, because it looks like Niagara Falls. The other, Starmine is also famous.

 

 


Edogawa-ku Fireworks Festival
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Date:
(Tentative Date) 3 August 19:15~ 20:30 Place:
Shinozaki,Edogawa-ku
View Point: Shinozaki koen
MAP Price:
Free. Paid seats is available. Feature:
In the opening display, 1000 fireworks are set off within 5 seconds.
URL:
http://www.city.edogawa.tokyo.jp/hanabi2013/

 

 


Kanagawa Shinbun Fireworks
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Date:
(Tentative Date) 1 August 19:00~ 20:30 Place:
Minato Mirai in Yokohama
View Point: Yamashita Koen
MAP Price:
Free. Paid seating will be available. Feature:
During these fireworks, you can also enjoy a city night view, too.
URL:
http://hanabi.kanaloco.jp/

 

 


Shonan Hiratsuka Fireworks Festival
shonan-hiratsuka-fireworks


Date:
(Planed on) 23 August 19:00~ 20:00 Place:
the mouth of the Sagamigawa, Hiratsuka
View Point: seaside of Chigasaki
Price:
Free. Paid seating will be available. Feature:
There aren't so many people but it’s very beautiful. So you can enjoy fireworks without the usual crowds.


Travelience will have private and group firework tours in the summer.
See the traditional side of Tokyo with our tours.
- East Tokyo One Day Tour, visiting Asakusa, Hamarikyu garden, Tsukiji Fish Market for lunch, Imperial Palace, and Yurakucho.
http://www.travelience.com/tours/east-tokyo-one-day-tour/
- North East Tokyo One Day Tour
Asakusa, Ueno Ameyoko and Yanaka, one of the last intact traditional Tokyo village from Meiji period, late 19th and early 20th Century.
http://www.travelience.com/tours/north-east-tokyo-one-day-tour/
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