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The Annual Beautiful Event on Summer in Tokyo!!

Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival (Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai) is an annual fireworks festival held on... read more

Reviewed 4 August 2016
mabei0123
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Tsukuba, Japan
Good if you can get a good spot

The Sumida River show is probably the biggest, most famous and certainly the most talked about... read more

Reviewed 10 August 2016
DiscoJul
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Aug 9, 2016
“Good if you can get a good spot”
Aug 4, 2016
“The Annual Beautiful Event on Summer in Tokyo!!”
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A fireworks display that takes place annually on the last Saturday of July along the Sumida River in the area near Asakusa and Mukojima. On the same scale as the "Tokyo Bay Taika Fire Festival" and the "Jingu Gaien Fireworks Display," the event is...more
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Sumida, Tokyo Prefecture
Ueno, Asakusa
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Reviewed 10 August 2016

The Sumida River show is probably the biggest, most famous and certainly the most talked about fireworks event in Tokyo. It's also one of the few to actually be televised and featured on news programmes every year. It's also probably the most over-rated show in...More

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Reviewed 4 August 2016

Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival (Sumidagawa Hanabi Taikai) is an annual fireworks festival held on the last Saturday in July, over the Sumidagawa near Asakusa. The tradition of the festival can be traced back to 1732, when fireworks were launched as part of festivals for the dead....More

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Reviewed 31 July 2016 via mobile

Thousands of japanese crazy watching the fireworks...if you don't want to be crushed like sardines your can't no go there...an hour and half of anonymous fires

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Ueno, Asakusa
Traces of the history and culture of the Edo (old
Tokyo) era remain vividly in Ueno and Asakusa.
Spacious Ueno Park is a great place to relax and visit
a variety of different museums and galleries. At
Ameyoko which starts in front of Ueno station, the
grocery stores and clothing shops are crammed
alongside fishmongers. It gets particularly busy at
the end of the year, when many people go on shopping
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