Aug/3, 2019 Edogawa Fireworks Festival and Ichikawa City Nohryo Fireworks Festival4.5
from 8/3 '19 to 8/3 '19
Edogawa Fireworks Display is one of the major summer fireworks festivals in Tokyo and it's known as Ichikawa City Nohryo Fireworks Festival.
Fireworks show consists of 8 themes and a total of 14,000 fireworks are launched with music. Music are selected with each theme, so people don't have time to get bored. Repeated explosion called "Star-Mines" and set fireworks are also set off.
The festival starts with the opening with 1,000 fireworks lit within the first 5 minutes. You shouldn't miss it!
Date: August 3 (Sat),
Time: PM 19:15～PM 20:30
*In case of bad weather, it will be postponed to August 4.
Venue A: Edogawa River riverbed
Address: 1-25 Kamishinozaki, Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, in front of Shinozaki Metropolitan Park
Access: a 15-mins walk from Shinozaki Station
Venue B: 3-chome, Osu, Ichikawa City, Chiba
Access: a 15-mins walk from Ichikawa Station
*Please check the official website for the latest information. We can't answer any question about the article.
Purposeinstagrammable,fireworks of Japan,major
Airport/Sta.Ichikawa Sta. (about 3.2km) Google Transit
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4.02 years ago
Beautiful view here. Also there was a lot going, kids practicing baseball, people jogging, people walking with their dogs...
4.0a year ago
nicely kept. baseball field infield is loose dirt. weak to rain.
some areas have rules, about the same as regular japanese parks.
4.06 months ago
5.04 months ago
A ground on the riverbed of the Edo River, on the south side of the Keisei-Hokuso Line railway bridge. The opposite bank is Ichikawa City. It's spacious and easy to reach. Many baseball boys and young people were sweating sports on Sunday afternoon. On the bank, people in the area enjoy cycling and jogging. I envy you in a good environment.
4.04 months ago
There are many baseball fields and soccer fields, so you can enjoy yourself to your heart's content. There were lots of parking spaces, and there were many families. There were no electric wires, so many people were flying kites.