Komae Tamagawa Fireworks Festival, Tokyo, Returns After 4 Yrs; 5,000 Fireworks To Dazzle The Sky

by Tooba Shaikh
Komae Tamagawa Fireworks Festival, Tokyo, Returns After 4 Yrs; 5,000 Fireworks To Dazzle The Sky

There is no denying that fireworks are absolutely fascinating. While some may be averse to their sound, their visuals are extremely stunning. And if you’re in Japan, you can experience these stunners with your friends and family on the banks of a river. After all, the Komae Tamagawa Fireworks Festival is back in Tokyo! Here are all the details that you should know about this festival if you are planning on attending it!

Komae Tamagawa Fireworks Festival Returns To Tokyo

Making a comeback that is stronger than any old fashion trend, it is returning after four long years! This particular festival takes place on the banks of the Tamagawa River. It can be witnessed from either side of the river if you have a clear view of its night sky.

But for the best experience, you can book tickets for watching it on the bleachers. The first festival was held four years ago and was a successful one. After its success, the festival has now returned. Tickets to the festival are selling faster than hotcakes so you better hurry if you want to attend the festival!

You can watch the fireworks unfurl from either of the two sides, Komae and Kawasaki, of the river. Seats on the Komae side will cost you around ¥5,000 per person (₹2,891). But the seats on the Kawasaki side of the river will cost ¥4,000 per person (₹2,313).

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5,000 Fireworks To Dazzle The Night Sky

The festival is taking place on the 9th of August. If you’re a fireworks enthusiast, get ready to be fully enthralled by the sight that awaits you. The festival plans on unleashing a whopping 5,000 fireworks tomorrow which will make for an extraordinary experience.

Japan, it seems, has an exceptional penchant for such pyrotechnics as firework festivals are quite common in the country. They commonly accompany cultural festivals and people flock to these occasions. They are decked in their traditional adornments like kimono and relish festive treats.

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