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Something you should know about Fireworks Festivals 2019

The friends who often watch Japanese TV dramas and anime must have seen the fireworks meeting in Japan. On midsummer nights, the girls in the yukata shuttled through the crowds, and the rafts on their feet rang. When the fireworks slammed into the night sky, countless beautiful faces were illuminated by the night sky, and many confession of love was also settled in this romantic moment to form the best memories of the summer.
There are many opinions about the origins of the Japan Fireworks Festival. The most widely spread version was in 1733. The large-scale famine spread in Japan centered on the Guinea area, while the Tokyo area was diarrhea and a large number of people died. In order to comfort the undead and dispel the evil spirits, the general Tokugawa Tokugawa ordered more than 20 fireworks to be fired by Sumida River in the summer. Even if suffering from the disease, many people gathered in the Sichuan side to watch the fireworks, praying for the end of suffering. Although the fireworks are short-lived, they still bring comfort to people who are not easy to live. This became the first fireworks meeting in Japan.
Then let's talk about the popular fireworks conferences across Japan throughout the rest of the year:

45th Southern Beach Chigasaki Fireworks Festival
In the fireworks exhibition held at the beach in the city of Kanagawa, Kanagawa, the colorful fireworks show "Peacock in the Water" is like a peacock on the water, which makes many people who go to watch amazed. On the beach, listening to the sound of the waves, watching the fireworks all over the sky, slowly enjoying the summer time.
Venue: Chigasaki, Kanagawa / Southern Beach Chigasaki (Chigasaki Beach)
Date: August 10, 2019 (Saturday) 19:30~20:20
Number of fireworks: 3000 rounds
Number of viewers in previous years: 80,000
Access: JR Miyazaki 駅 歩 20 minutes from JR Miyazaki Ryokan to Kanagawa Central Transportation Temporary Bus 10 minutes to arrive

The 31st Naniwa Yodogawa Fireworks Festival
In the first year of Heisei, the fireworks exhibition held by the volunteers themselves to make fireworks has become a summer poetry in Osaka, and there are only a handful of people in terms of scale. You can see beautiful fireworks, bloom with fireworks, and people's summer night dreams.
Venue:Yodogawa-ku, Osaka-shi, Osaka / Yodogawa riverbed downstream from Shin-Midosuji Yodogawa iron bridge to Route 2
Date: August 10, 2019 (Saturday) 19:40~20:40
Number of fireworks: not public
Number of viewers in previous years: 530,000
traffic:Hankyu Railway Juso Station or Minamikata Station Hanshin Electric Railway Himejima Station JR Tsukamoto Station or Kore Mitejima Station 15 minutes walk from Osaka Municipal Subway Nishinakajima Minamikata Station (13 venues), Osaka Municipal Subway Noda Hanshin Station JR Osaka Station or Ebie Station Hanshin Electric Railway Noda A 20-minute walk from the station, a 25-minute walk from Umeda Station on the Hankyu Railway Osaka Municipal Subway (Umeda venue)
The 68th Okaoka Peace Memorial Festival
At the fireworks exhibition held in Kameoka City, Kyoto, you can see the selection of fireworks recommended by the Japan Fireworks Art Association, which is a rare opportunity. It is said that there is a fireworks of the mascot of the Kameoka City, "Wise".
Venue: Kyoto City, Okaoka City / Baojin Bridge, the right bank
Date of the event: August 11th, 2019 (Sunday) 19:30~20:00
Number of fireworks: 7000 rounds
Number of viewers in previous years: 70,000
Transportation: 15 minutes from JR Okaoka

The 71st Suwa Lake Festival Fireworks Festival
The Lake Fireworks Festival held in Suwa City, Nagano Prefecture is very famous throughout Japan. The oversized fireworks bloom one after another, so beautiful that people can't look away. A total of 40,000 fireworks is also one of the few scales in the country. There are mountains and waters, plus dazzling fireworks. You must go once in your lifetime.
Venue: Suwa City, Nagano / Suwa On the Lake Park in Suwa City
Date: August 15th, 2019 (Thursday) 19:00 ~ (predetermined)
Number of fireworks: 40,000 rounds
Number of viewers in previous years: 500,000
Transportation: 8 minutes on the JR Sudoku

The 70th Toro sink and large fireworks display
Remote area: Tsuruga City, Fukui Prefecture
Date: August 16th, 2019 (Friday) 19:30~20:30
Number of fireworks: 13,000 rounds
Number of viewers in previous years: 190,000
Transportation: 10 minutes from JR Tsuruga

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