17 Fireworks Festivals Taking Place This Summer in Ito City

08.July.2019 | SPOT

This summer, Ito city will be seeing lots of large-scale fireworks festivals take place between July 20 and August 24.  

Ito Onsen Yume Hanabi/ Ito Onsen, Ito Coast 

The Yume Hanabi (Dream Fireworks) event will be held 10 times during the summer fireworks season. Enjoy a range of fireworks exploding before your very eyes. The sizes of the fireworks range from an outer diameter of 9 cm to 30 cm. Each day, between 1,000 and 1,500 fireworks will pierce the night sky with a beautiful show of colours. The best spot to watch these would be from a simple patch of grass in Nagisa Park. 

 

July 20 (Sat)  20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

July 28 (Sun) 20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

July 30  (Tues) 20:30 ー 21:00 (Approx. 1,500 fireworks)

July 31 (Weds) 20:30 ー 21:00 (Approx. 1,500 fireworks)

August 2 (Fri) 20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

August 3 (Sat) 20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

August 6 (Tues) 20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

August 7 (Weds) 20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

August 17 (Sat) 20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

August 24 (Sat) 20:30 ー 20:50 (Approx. 1,000 fireworks)

Usami Summer Festival  Kaijo Hanabi Taikai/ Usami Coast

This festival remains popular among the locals but is still yet to be discovered by tourists. This is the perfect spot to relax and enjoy the view at your own pace. The road leading from Usami Station is a pedestrian zone lined with stands and stalls, making it the perfect place to enjoy the festival vibes. 

August 1 (Thurs) 20:00 ー 20:30 (Approx. 1,500 fireworks)

Floating Lanterns Uchiage Hanabi/ Ito Coast

Bright lanterns are floated down the Matsukawa river which runs through the heart of the city. As the last magical lantern makes its way down the river, the fireworks are set off into the sky, illuminating the lanterns as they float downstream.

August 8 (Thurs) 20:50 ー 21:00 (Approx. 800 fireworks)

Taiko no Hibiki (Echoing Drums)  Uchiage Hanabi (Ito Kaigan)

Head over to Nagisa Park to witness the taiko drum battle. Nagisa Park is one of the best locations in Ito city to watch the fireworks. The energy from the drums will resonate throughout the entire park. As the battle reaches its climax, fireworks will soar into the sky, exploding to the beat of your heart.

August 9 (Fri) 20:50 ー 21:00 (Approx. 800 fireworks)

Anjin Large-Scale Seaside Fireworks Festival / Along Ito Coast 

This is the largest fireworks festival in Ito. Over the course of an hour, approximately 10,000 fireworks will be launched from five different areas along the coast, striking vibrant streaks of colour into the night sky over the sea. The fireworks range from digital Star Mines to Niagara fireworks. For those of you who want to escape the crowds to watch the fireworks at your own pace, we recommend the seating area, where you can fully enjoy a closeup view of the breathtaking fireworks for just ¥2,000 per seat. August 10 (Sat) 20:00 ー 21:00 (Approx. 10,000 fireworks)

Yanmono Sato Hanabi Taikai /Yawatano

In just 30 mins, 3,000 fireworks are fired into the sky, bursting into dynamic patterns that illuminate the sea and create a scene of lingering beauty that you will not be able to peel your eyes from. The fireworks are set off right before the spectator’s eyes so you can watch the fireworks develop into spontaneous beauty right above you. 

August 14 (Weds) 20:00 ー 20:30 (Approx. 3,000 fireworks)

Kawana Dolphin Beach Large-Scale Seaside Fireworks / Dolphin Beach Park

This is a popular event among locals as well as tourists. Although there are not as many fireworks, the fact that viewers can enjoy them close up more than makes up for it. Niagara fireworks that shower over the ocean and Star Mines that blossom above you are just some of the popular kinds of fireworks this festival will allow you to witness.

August 15 (Thurs) 20:00 ー 20:30 (Approx. 2,000 fireworks)

Ito Hot Springs Hashi Festival Fireworks/ Ito Beach

At this unique festival, a tower made of chopsticks used at the hot springs is set on fire for a memorial service. A portable shrine overflowing with strong energy is carried through the streets as part of a parade. The event also sees hand-held fireworks, enhancing the festival vibes. The fireworks explode over the sea, colouring the sky with a scene that represents the end of summer. 

August 22 (Thurs) 20:30 ー 21:00 (Approx. 1,500 fireworks)

 

The summer holidays is the perfect time to enjoy a fireworks festival, so why don’t you check one out?

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