[Atami Sea Fireworks Festival]
Overwhelmed by glorious blooming flowers in the night sky and the bangs that resound through the body
The topography of the venue and the magnificent "Niagara Falls in the sky" that closes the performance are unique wonders of Atami. Because the event ground of Atami Bay has a basin-like topography and is surrounded by mountains on three sides, the explosions reverberate all around to create an amazing sense of being in a stadium. What truly captivates the audience is that roughly 5,000 fireworks are let loose one after another without a pause. The magnificent "Niagara Falls in the sky" casts a silvery white light over the night sky and leads us into an impressive finale.
|Posted photos||Main Atami Sea Fireworks Festival viewed from Shinsui Park
Right The combination of the fireworks and the statue of Kanichi and Omiya, a famous tourist spot in Atami
|Date||● 2016 Atami Sea Fireworks Festival
July 24th, 29th
August 5th, 8th, 18th, 21st, 26th
December 4th, 11th, 18th
* The Atami Sea Fireworks Festival is scheduled to be held every year in spring, summer, autumn and winter.
8:20 p.m. to 8:50 p.m. in July and August
8:20 to 8:45 p.m. in September and December
|Location||Atami Bay (from Atami Port 7.5m quay to the sea fishing facility)|
|Phone||Atami City Tourism Association
+81-557-85-2222 (English available)
|Fee||Paid spectator seat
Admission fee (advance ticket / same-day ticket) 1,000 yen
* Capacity per event is 1,600 persons (1,300 for advance tickets / 300 for same-day tickets)
* Please check the website for details.
|Access||Approx. 20-minute walk to Sun Beach from "Atami Station" of JR Tokaido Shinkansen.|
|* No postponement for rain.
* The viewing area extends from the Sun Beach bathing area to the area around Atami Port (the stretch of coastline).
* Depending on the weather and natural conditions etc., it may not be possible to see views like the ones in the photos / article above.
updated on Sep 30, 2016
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