Although there is some solid competition in this prefecture, this is oficially the biggest fireworks display in Mie with over 10,000 rockets forming some breath-taking displays. The event takes place on Shichirigahama Beach with the fireworks launched from the sea, meaning the chance of postponment is higher. The alternate dates are: August 18th, 22nd, 23rd, 29th and 30th (an almost concerning number to be honest).
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