Let’s continue Firework Friday with more pictures from the Gamagori Firework Display.
That day, we arrived at the station around 10:30 am. A coworker, the person who organized this outing, lives in Gamagori, while the rest of us live along the Tokaido Line.
We made sure to reserve our spot early by putting down tarps, weighed down with plastic water bottles filled with tap water and an insane amount of duct tape.
Firework Fridays are an annual event on this blog which started a couple of years ago.
My friends and I go to a fireworks show, I take a ton of pictures, and the best pictures get displayed here.
This year we have a selection from Gamagori’s famous display at the end of July.
I went to a fireworks show in Gamagori with some friends last weekend. It was terribly hot, but the show was definitely worth it.
Small, handheld fireworks are totally legal in Japan, and I am taking full advantage. Lucky for me, I also live near a park where I can set the things off. I’ll try not to blow off a hand, keyword being try.
Just because summer is about over, it doesn’t mean that Firework Fridays are too.
Tomorrow is my birthday. I will be 30 years old.This year went so frigging fast.
I so rarely see purple fireworks. They’re so pretty, don’t you think?