2020 will be the 54th edition of the annual Katsushika Noryo Fireworks Festival. An impressive 13,000 fireworks will go off and almost 800,000 spectators are set to watch them. In the event of rain, the event will be postponed to the following day.
The fireworks will be happening at the Shibamata baseball ground near the Edogawa River—just 10 minutes from Keisei Shibamata Station.
Please note that due to the 2020 Olympics and Corona virus, the event date has moved from its late July schedule to October, but is expected to return to normal in 2021.
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