‘Fire Flowers’ Dazzle in Magnificent Photographs of Japanese Fireworks

‘Fire Flowers’ Dazzle in Magnificent Photographs of Japanese Fireworks




Colour fills up the night sky in the course of the Aizu Countrywide Fireworks Levels of competition in Aizuwakamatsu Town, Fukushima Prefecture.

Pyrotechnics fill the air in the course of the Atami Ocean Fireworks Exhibit in Atami Town, Kanagawa Prefecture.

Each individual year, neighborhood governments toss some 7,000 “hearth flower” festivals, like the Tamamura Fireworks Exhibit in Tamamura Town, Gunma Prefecture.

Pyrotechnical displays—like the Tamamura Fireworks Exhibit in Tamamura Town, Gunma Prefecture—date back again to the Edo period.

In Japan, fireworks are termed hanabi, indicating “hearth flower.” This bunch of fireworks at the Tsuchiura Countrywide Fireworks Levels of competition in Tsuchiura Town, Ibaraki Prefecture, search like a bouquet.

Tsuchiura Countrywide Fireworks Levels of competition, Tsuchiura Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

Oarai Ocean Fireworks Exhibit, Oarai Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

Joso Fireworks Exhibit, Joso Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

Aizu Countrywide Fireworks Levels of competition, Aizuwakamatsu Town, Fukushima Prefecture

Hitachi Sand Art Competition, Hitachi Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

Akagawa Fireworks Exhibit, Tsuruoka Town, Yamagata Prefecture

Koga Fireworks Exhibit, Koga Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

Koga Fireworks Exhibit, Koga Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

Koga Fireworks Exhibit, Koga Town, Ibaraki Prefecture

Yokohana Port Opening Competition, Yokohana Town, Kanagawa Prefecture

Tsuchiura Countrywide Fireworks Levels of competition, Tsuchiura Town, Ibaraki Prefecture






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