Mid August

Description

During Akagawa's Fireworks Festival, pyrotechnicians from all across the country come to compete and display their newest skills in a flamboyant show that lasts 1 hour and 45 minutes. In 2014, Akagawa's Fireworks Festival got ranked at the 10th place in the top 100 Japanese fireworks according to Yahoo Fireworks.

There are paying and free seats.
We advise you to reserve a paying seat early if you want to attend the show as the free space rapidly gets full on the day of the show (free seats are available according to a first-come-first-served basis. No reservation possible for free seats).
To make a reservation for a paying seat, you can contact us by email or by phone.

Participation fees: 

Free seats & paying seats
Paying seats:
6 places tatami, SA placement: 24,000 yen
6 places tatami, A choice placement: 18,000 yen
6 chairs, AP6 placement: 18,000 yen
1 chair, AP1 placement: 3,000 yen
6 places tarp, SB choice placement: 16,000 yen
6 places tarp, B choice placement: 13,000 yen
2 chairs + table for couples, SC placement: 16,000 yen
2 chairs, C placement: 11,000 yen
4 chairs, P4 placement: 12,000 yen
2 chairs, P2 placement: 8,000 yen
1 chair, P1 placement: 4,500 yen
4 seats, F placement (E+ tickets only): 7,000 yen

Akagawa Fireworks Festival

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