Spectacular moments of Japan’s summer firework festivals


Hanabi Taikai in Japanese means a Fireworks Display Festival and this tradition dates back to the early 18th century. In Japan, summer is Hanabi Taikai season that hundreds of hanabi taikai are held across the country from mid-July to October. The big firework shows have between 10,000 and 30,000 colorful explosions in the sky and go for up to one and a half hour. 25-year-old photographer Keisuke had several Japanese Hanabi Taikai experiences and shot magnificent moments of “fire flowers” exploding in the night sky.

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