What to do in Summer in Japan!

Updated on : July 17, 2013

 

 

Hi there~!

It is July 18th! It is summer, it is summer!!!

Japan’s summer is humid and hot and cannot say it is very comfortable, but I came to notice that I probably like summer the best among all the seasons!!

I feel like I have to do something fun!!

Spring and Autumn are really nice seasons with nice climate, but guess I like summer the best.

Did not really think about that till now ( *´艸`).

What is big in Japan in summer is FIREWORKS~~~~! Yay~~~~~~~!!!!!

Fireworks in Japan  Fireworks in Japan

We have so many fire works throughout Japan!

 

Since one of my friends, Tony is back in Kobe Japan,

I will make some lists of fireworks in Kansai area (Osaka, Kyoto, Hyogo, Nara + Shiga & Wakayama)

where he and his family would probably be easy to reach.

So that would be in Hyogo and Osaka :).

 

 

Minato Kobe Kaijo Hanabi Taikai, Kobe city, Hyogo

Date & time : August 3rd (Sat)

Station : JR & Hanshin Motomachi station (15 mins walk),

JR and other line Sannomiya station (30 mins walk) etc.

Please ask if you need further information.

Number of fireworks : About 10,000 WOW~~~!

 

Tenjin Matsuri Hono Hanabi Firework, Osaka

Date & time : July 25th (Thu) 19:30 – 20:50

Station : JR Sakuranomiya station (west exit), Osaka subway Tenmabashi station

Number of fireworks : About 5000

 

Naniwa Yodogawa Hanabi Taikai, Osaka

Date & time : August 10th (Sat) 19:50 – 20:40

If it rains postponed to the next day August 11th (Sun)

Station : Can reach from various stations,

Hankyu Juso staion or Minamikata station, Hanshin Himeshima station etc etc.

Please ask if you need further information.

Number of fireworks : NA

 

Here is the list of the fireworks in Hyogo 2013

and in Osaka. It is in Japanese though, if you want further info on some of the fireworks,

let me know from comment, I may be able to help~.

This is the link to the fireworks site throughout Japan in case you are someone

who is visiting Japan now besides Kansai area ;).

xoxoxoxo

 

Fireworks in Japan

 

 

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