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Toyohashi-City Tezutsu Fireworks Experience Park

  • Tezutsu Fireworks Experience Park

An experiential spot to SEE, TOUCH and LEARN about the fascinating Handheld Cannon Fireworks Tezutsu Hanabi!

The silhouette of brave men anchoring huge bamboo tubes reinforced with hemp yarn in their torsos, from which tall pillars of fire shoot to the air. All to the sound of a roaring noise and the reddish background painted by the profuse sparks. These are the Tezutsu Hanabi Handheld Cannon Fireworks of Toyohashi, and in this amazing city with this spectacular tradition, interested visitors can now learn more about this bedazzling culture that boasts history exceeding 450 years of age, at the Tezutsu Fireworks Experience Park, recently inaugurated on the 13th floor of Toyohashi City Hall.

◘ SEE ◘

• Large Size Display •

• Large Size Display •
Toyohashi Tezutsu Fireworks Promotion DVD playing on a 50-inch display.

• Photo Shoot Booth •

• Photo Shoot Booth •
Trick art corner where you can simulate the firing of Tezutsu Hanabi.

• VR Experience •

• VR Experience •
Experience 360-degree videos shot among a Tezutsu firing session.


• Experience •

• Experience •
Experience wearing a guildsman happi coat and try the weight of a Tezutsu, both before and after firing.


• Panel Display •

• Panel Display •
Introduction of history about Tezutsu from its origins to modern times, manufacturing processes, and actual step-by-step procedures during firings. Partial translation in English also available.


Location : 〒440-8501
1 Imahashi-cho, Toyohashi-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
(Toyohashi City Hall East Tower 13F)
Fee : Free of charge
days / hours
: 8:00 AM - 10:00 PM
Place : Toyohashi City Hall East Tower 13F
Parking : Available (100 yen/30min)
Restrooms : Available
Holidays : Year's end and New Year (12/29-1/3)
Phone number : 0532-51-2430 (Toyohashi City Industry Div. Tourism Promotion Dep.)

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  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    From Toyohashi Station (reachable from Nagoya Station using either JR Tokaido Main Line or Meitetsu Nagoya Line, or the JR Tokaido Shinkansen), take the Toyotetsu City Line tram from Ekimae Station and alight at either Shiyakusho-Mae or Toyohashikoen-mae stations. Walk 3min northwards.
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    From Otowa-Gamagori I.C. of the Tomei Expressway, turn left to enter Route 1 and head southeastwards for 14.4km. At the Nishihatcho intersection with Route 23, turn left and, after 650m, turn left again.

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