|PRICES START FROM:
+ JPY10,416 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 5 PEOPLE (TOYOTA ALPHARD)
+ JPY6,798 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 8 PEOPLE (HIACE GRAND CABIN)
+ JPY6,935 PER PERSON FOR A GROUP OF 8 PEOPLE (HIACE LUXURY CABIN)
Each booking will be charged per vehicle, irrespective of the number of passengers. The price per person will depend on the number of passengers in your group travelling in a single vehicle. Please note the maximum occupancy limits for each vehicle while booking.
THIS TOUR STARTS FROM A LOCATION OF YOUR CHOICE IN TOKYO.
You can pick your hotel, Haneda Airport, a train station or any other location as long as it is located within TOKYO CITY.
If you would like our assistance in reaching TOKYO, please book a customized bespoke tour instead.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN THE PACKAGE?
+ Vehicle designated in selected package (either a Toyota Alphard, HiAce Grand Cabin or HiAce Luxury Cabin)
+ English speaking driver (the driver is not a guide & may only have basic English skills)
+ Tolls, Highway Fees, Parking Fees, Fuel (and other associated vehicle costs for this itinerary)
HOW CAN I ADD A TOUR GUIDE?
Pick a date & package; press the PROCEED BOOKING button. The next screen will offer you the option to add on a REGION EXPERT (a local guide with expert knowledge of the area, its history and culture) for an additional fee. Other add-ons may also be available.
This private package tour will start at a location of your choice within TOKYO and then proceed to your chosen destination options.
Please type one option from the following festival options after pressing the PROCEED BOOKING button.
MAIN ACTIVITY: Tokyo Hanabi Festival (dressing in yukata)
FIREWORKS/HANABI FESTIVAL OPTIONS:
Option 01: Sumidagawa: 27 July 2019 (date might change)
Option 02: Edogawa: 3 August 2019 (date might change)
Option 03: Adachi: 20 July 2019 (date might change)
Option 04: Odaiba: 10 August 2019 (date might change)
One of the pleasure of summer in Tokyo is watching the skies light up with spectacular fireworks. In Japan, fireworks displays will be taking place all over the capital in July and August. Though Tokyo can be hot and humid on summer days, as the sun sets, the city cools down and locals flock to watch the fireworks, wearing colorful cotton yukata.
After you get dressed in yukata, we will pick you up in one of our luxurious private vehicles and drive you to the fireworks/hanabi festival of your choice.
Yukata Rental (dressing at Asakusa before your tour starts)
The service offers various of premium yukata, accessories rental and hair set that will suit your preferences. Visit the festival all dressed up in a yukata and enjoy the colourful spectacle for a memorable summer day during your stay in Japan.
FIREWORKS/HANABI FESTIVAL OPTIONS:
Option 01: Sumidagawa – 27 July 2019 (date might change)
The Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival is an annual fireworks festival held on the last Saturday in July, over the Sumidagawa near Asakusa. The Sumidagawa Fireworks Festival follows the Japanese tradition of being a competition between rival pyrotechnic groups. It is a revival of celebrations held in the Edo period, and annually attracts close to a million celebrants.
Option 02: Edogawa – 3 August 2019 ( date might change)
Running for over 40 years, the Edogawa Fireworks Festival is one of the more senior fireworks festivals in Tokyo. You can enjoy the fireworks display from either side of the river. The main attraction of the Edogawa Fireworks Festival are the 1,000 fireworks that are launched during the first five seconds after the show begins. Though this might be the most memorable part of the evening, you also can’t afford to miss the rest of the show either.
Option 03: Adachi – 20 July 2019 (date might change)
The almost 100-year-old firework show features about 12,000 fireworks, which are blasted into the sky for an entire hour. The Adachi Fireworks Festival is held towards the end of July and attracts over 600,000 people, who line up along the banks of the Arakawa River. One of the better events to get an unobstructed view of the fireworks.
Option 04: Odaiba – 10 August 2019 ( date might change)
Fireworks festivals are a Japanese summer tradition, so it’s no surprise that the shopping and entertainment district of Odaiba has decided to light up the sky at the beginning of August. Four of Japan’s leading pyrotechnics companies will each create a colourful segment which will see a total of 12,000 fireworks shot into the sky – and the event will end with a bang (well, several hundred bangs) when the quartet of companies collaborate to produce an explosive finale.
The tour will end with us dropping you off at a location of your choice in Tokyo.