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October 15, 2017
At the NARITA Fireworks Festival in October 14th, "Fireworks created in a collaborative workshop between renowned pyrotechnicians and persons with disabilities" were carried out, and six wonderful firework displays have been launched.
September 19, 2017
"Fireworks created in a collaborative workshop between renowned pyrotechnicians and persons with disabilities", decided to implement at the NARITA Fireworks Festival in Inba-numa on Saturday October 14. The Cabinet Secretariat of Japan decided to implement it as a trial project related to "the Tokyo2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games Basic Policy Promotion Survey" conducted by them.
August 25, 2017
Unfortunately the 2017 Tamagawa Fireworks Festival has been canceled due to stormy weather. However, thanks to the good will of the NARITA Fireworks Festival Committee, the launch of "Fireworks created in a collaborative workshop between renowned pyrotechnicians and persons with disabilities" at Narita Fireworks Festival in Inba-numa on Saturday 14th October" was decided to conduct.
August 24, 2017
Activities of our association were taken up in the media.
August 10, 2017
The Japan HANABI Association’s proposal was selected as a test project under the Tokyo2020 Olympic-Paralympic Basic Policy Promotion Survey being carried out by the Cabinet Secretariat’s Office of Japan.
Test project: Fireworks created in a collaborative workshop between renowned pyrotechnicians and persons with disabilities

At the 39th Setagaya-Tamagawa Fireworks Festival commemorating Setagaya City’s 85th anniversary, and at the 76th Tamagawa Fireworks Festival commemorating Kawasaki becoming a city of 1.5 million, the Japan HANABI Association plans to launch fireworks crafted under the supervision of renowned fireworks experts and based on designs created by persons with disabilities—something that has never been done at a fireworks event before. We also plan to bring guests with disabilities to both venues in order to enjoy the shows.