Itabashi fireworks display

This year’s 60th fireworks display. Because the launch site is close to the audience seat, fireworks can be spread out in full view.

In commemoration of the boundary change between Itabashi ward, Tokyo and Toda-City, Saitama in 1950, the “Itabashi Fireworks Festival” began in 1951 the following day.

Every year, it is held on the same day of the “Todabashi Fireworks Display” of Toda City on the opposite side across Arakawa, and about 12,000 fireworks display the night sky on both sides.

Itabashi Fireworks Festival is Tokyo’s largest large ball “Shaku five size ball launch”, Kanto’s longest class “large Niagara Falls with a total length of 700 meters”, Wide Star Mine “Niagara of the Sky” which strikes from five places, The event features a lot of attractions, such as “Art Balls” created by 10 top Japanese pyrotechnicians and “Pokemon-shaped fireworks” that are very popular with children, and show fireworks that are elaborated every year.

Furthermore, to commemorate the 60th Games, we are planning to launch the 60 Shaka Balls and compete for the laser beam and fireworks.

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Basic Information

Event nameItabashi fireworks display

Itabashi Ward Arakawa River Bed

Nearest stationTakashimadaira Station
Nishidai Station
Hasune Station
Ukima-funado Station
Fees and expensesSee Official Site
Open timeStart: 19:00
End: 20:30
NoticeRainy weather postponement ※ In the case of stormy weather, it is postponed on Sunday, August 4

※ About facility information, there may be information that is not necessarily accurate on our site due to changes over time.

Official Site

いたばし花火2023 2023年8月5日(土) 19:00~20:30 板橋区 荒川河川敷


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