If you already felt overwhelmed by the number of summer festivals in Tokyo, well, here’s another one. It takes place in Yokohama, and you can see over 1,000 fireworks from Tsukuno Park and the bank of Tsurumi River. While the fireworks don’t start until 7 pm, boat rides will be offered from 9:45 am. You can also enjoy booths, a concert, and river cruises later in the day.
Note: in the event of heavy rain, the festival will be postponed until the following day.
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