2020 would have been the 42nd edition of the Annual Adachi Fireworks Festival, with 13,600 fireworks scheduled go off.
The festival will be held along the Arakawa River—15 minutes from Kita-Senju Station. Pack a picnic and find a spot on the river banks—the display is visible from a variety of vantage points. The show lasts for an hour. Please note the event will be postponed a day in the event of storms and cancelled if there are two days of storms.
Due to the Olympics in 2020, the event has been moved from its regular July slot to May, but is ecpected to return to normal in 2021.
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