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Nagaoka Festival Fireworks Display
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This is one of the three largest fireworks festivals of Japan, and it was held for the first time to wish for the recovery of Japan after the air-raids during the Second World War. It is characterized by its large-scale displays unseen at any other fireworks festivals, such as "wide-scale starmine" fireworks shot up at the same time from five different spots, and the "Phoenix"-like lights that rise from the fireworks in a spectacular show of light.
Area surrounding the river bed of the Shinano River, in Okamura-machi, Nagaoka, Niigata
August 2nd to August 3rd 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm (approximately)
The firework display is one of the many events held during the Nagaoka Festival, and there is a celebration for the eve of the festival on August 1st.
About 20 min. walk from JR "Nagaoka Station"
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