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Tokai-City [Cancelled]
Tokai Festival Fireworks
(Tokai Matsuri Hanabi Taikai)

Date : 08/08/2020

  • Tokai Festival Fireworks (Tokai Matsuri Hanabi Taikai)
  • Tokai Festival Fireworks (Tokai Matsuri Hanabi Taikai)

The 2020 Tokai Festival Fireworks have been cancelled.

See up Close the Fireworks Shot From Within the Downtown Perimeter!

A big event in Tokai-City, where huge fireworks are shot one after another, painting the sky with gorgeous colors! A festival almost as old as the municipality itself, the Tokai Festival Fireworks were first held the year after Tokai became a city. Huge star mines crown the grand finale!


Date : August 8th (Saturday), 2020
(Annually from early to mid-August)
*: Event to be held even under light rain. Postpones to the next day in case of inclement weather.
Holding time : Fireworks from 7:20 PM to 8:30 PM
Place : Oike Park
Location : 〒476-0013
3-1 Chuo-cho, Tokai-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
(inside Oike Park)
Fee : Free of charge
Parking : Available (cap. 1,300 cars)
*: Every year parking quickly becomes full to capacity, so it is recommended to use public transportation as much as possible.
Phone number : 0562-32-5149 (Tokai City Tourism Association)

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    15 min. northeastwards walk from Otagawa Station of the Meitetsu Tokoname Line (board at Meitetsu Nagoya Station).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    Approx. 1km eastwards from Kake I.C. of the Nishi-Chita-Sangyo Bypass (Route 247).

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