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    Fireworks Museum

    Fireworks have long been a folk art emblematic of the town of Ichikawamisato and its people. At the Fireworks Museum, the story of this  connection is told through a fascinating collection of artifacts and archive materials.

  • The Nanbu Fire Festival sees a roughly two-kilometer stretch of the Fujikawa River transformed into a sea of crimson flame, while fireworks light up the summer sky with equal intensity. The festival originated as an event to end Obon, an important Buddhist festival during which ancestral spirits are welcomed back to the realm of the living.

More Venues in the Area

  • Nakagomi Orchard


  • Fuji Motosuko Resort (Fuji Shibazakura Festival)

    Fuji Motosuko Resort offers charming spring sights, the combination of one of the World Heritages, beautiful Mt. Fuji, with the remaining snow, and about 800,000 shibazakura (moss phlox) plants, the richest in the capital region, which cover all over the area with beautiful pink flowers.

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