長岡花火
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Nagaoka Fireworks.

August 2, 3

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Special Feature of Nagaoka Fireworks

The Nagaoka fireworks Festival Show will launch 20.000fireworks in two nights(2nd and 3rd ,August),
and will be held against the backdrop of the Shinano River,the longest in Japan.
The most spectacular and magnificent fireworks color the summer night sky of Nagaoka,and attract us.
The breathtaking Nagaoka Fireworks will make unforgettable memories in your hearts.

The origin and History

The origin of Nagaoka Fireworks Festival is The festival for Restoration from War Devastation for citizens to focus their thoughts on reconstruction was held on August 1st ,1946 in same day of the after bombs was dropped.
Now that Festival later renamed the Nagaoka Festival, our hopes for peace are still being continued even now.

Sho-sanjyakudama and Niagara Fall

This huge masterpiece Color the summer night sky The Peak of techniques”
One of the highlight of Nagaoka Festival Grand Fireworks Show is the renowned Sho-sanjakudama(3-foot diameter shell fireworks ) with set of fireworks called “Niagara”
,the 650 mater long dynamic fireworks display vigorously flows down into river ,which is reminiscent “Niagara Fall”

Phoenix Fireworks Wishing for a complete Recovery

The Phoenix Fireworks have been launched annually in order to encourage many people from damage caused by the disaster.
The phoenix being launching with music is dynamic and views of beyond of our eyes.

Other fireworks

  • Nagaoka Fireworks -Ten chi jin Fireworks-

    Ten chi jin Fireworks

  • Nagaoka Fireworks -Furusato Wa Hitotsu Fireworks-

    “Furusato Wa Hitotsu” Fireworks

  • Nagaoka Fireworks -Super Grand Wide Star Mine Fireworks-

    Super Grand Wide Star Mine Fireworks

  • Nagaoka Fireworks -Kono Sora no Hana Fireworks-

    “Kono Sora no Hana” Fireworks

  • Nagaoka Fireworks -Nagaoka Fireworks in Expression of Our Condolences to War Victims and with Our Prayers for Everlasting Peace”-

    Nagaoka Fireworks in Expression of Our Condolences to War Victims and with Our Prayers for Everlasting Peace”

  • Nagaoka Fireworks -Kome Hyappyô Fireworks,1-foot-diameter shell (100 shots in sequence)-

    Kome Hyappyô Fireworks,1-foot-diameter shell (100 shots in sequence)

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Access

長岡花火 長岡所在地

Nagaoka

長岡花火 新潟県所在地

in Niigata Prefecture

Tokyo
station

  • Shinkansen

    1hour 40minutes

  • Car(Highways)

    3hour 30minutes

Nagaoka
station

  • Shinkansen

    30minutes

  • Car(Highways)

    1hour 30minutes

Niigata
station

Walk

30minutes

Nagaoka Fireworks
Venue

Nagaoka Fireworks Access
Nagaoka Fireworks Access

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Information

Venue
Banks of the Shinano River, Nagaoka City
Dates
August 2nd & 3rd
Time
19:20 to 21:10 (scheduled)
Parking
Available

Launching Programs

Friday, August 2

  • 19:20

    Size 10 (3 shots)

  • 19:25

    Niagara Falls & Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:29

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:32

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:35

    Size 10 (65 shots)

  • 19:37

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:39

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:42

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 19:45

    Ten Chi Jin Fireworks

  • 19:50

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 19:52

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:54

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:56

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:58

    Size 4,7,10, and 20 (30 shots)

  • 20:00

    Super Grand Wide Star Mine

  • 20:05

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:07

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:09

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:11

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:15

    Phoenix Fireworks Wishing for Recovery

  • 20:22

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:25

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:27

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:30

    Niagara Falls

  • 20:30

    Size 30, Shô-Sanjakudama

  • 20:34

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:36

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:38

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:40

    Super Grand Miracle Star Mine

  • 20:43

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:45

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:47

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:50

    “Furusato Wa Hitotsu” Fireworks

  • 20:55

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:58

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 21:00

    Size 30, Shô-Sanjakudama

  • 21:04

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 21:06

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 21:08

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 21:10

    Kome Hyappyô Fireworks,1-foot-diameter shell (100 shots in sequence)

  • Extra

    Takumi (Artisan) Fireworks

Saturday, August 3

  • 19:20

    Size 10 (3 shots)

  • 19:25

    Niagara Falls & Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:29

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:32

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:35

    Star Mine

  • 19:37

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:39

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:42

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:45

    “Kono Sora no Hana” Fireworks

  • 19:50

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 19:52

    Size 10 (60 shots)

  • 19:54

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:56

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 19:58

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:00

    Super Grand Wide Star Mine

  • 20:05

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:07

    Star Mine

  • 20:09

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:11

    Size 10 (29 shots)

  • 20:15

    Phoenix Fireworks Wishing for Recovery

  • 20:22

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:25

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:27

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:30

    Niagara Falls

  • 20:30

    Size 30, Shô-Sanjakudama (3-foot-diameter shell)

  • 20:34

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:36

    Size 10 (24 shots)

  • 20:38

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:40

    Super Grand Miracle Star Mine

  • 20:43

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 20:45

    Twin Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:47

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:50

    “Furusato Wa Hitotsu” Fireworks

  • 20:55

    Vesuvius Grand Star Mine

  • 20:58

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 21:00

    Size 30, Shô-Sanjakudama

  • 21:04

    Size 10 (24 shots)

  • 21:06

    Vesuvius Super Grand Star Mine

  • 21:08

    Star Mine

  • 21:10

    Kome Hyappyô Fireworks,1-foot-diameter shell (100 shots in sequence)

  • Extra

    Takumi (Artisan) Fireworks