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  • So here we are and cut the guy and you got the Prefect.

  • Er, this is a festival that's been held for over 400 years in this town.

  • They take their fireworks seriously.

  • In fact, there's a shrine dedicated to it.

  • And in Japan we have something called Tanabe Tai Chi, which are major festivals for fireworks.

  • Often going on for over two hours.

  • This one goes on for over three.

  • Until here, the fireworks.

  • Maybe this big here in Catholic I there's this big.

  • This is the young Chaka drama over 400 kilograms was in the Guinness Book of World Records a few years ago is being the biggest in the world and tonight we're going to see this go up into the sky.

  • Just how big is this thing?

  • Japanese fireworks Eyes is very marked by their number numbers three and four, the most common in the cities because of the tall buildings and dense population.

  • But when you have more space, you can get to the shack, a drama which is number 10 and much larger.

  • Then it goes into crazy mode.

  • The yuan Shao Kodama invented here in Qatar.

  • Chi is four times bigger than that, and that's what we'll see tonight.

  • It's fired from a cannon buried in the ground.

  • That's this big.

  • Let's look at Japan's by Orcs Town of Cat Akai and Niigata.

  • First you can see in Tokyo how dense the buildings and population is.

  • Such a crazy idea for super sized fireworks is impossible here.

  • There's no space large enough, but if you cruise on over to Niigata Prefecture on the Sea of Japan side down there, you'll see the Kata Chi town is perfect for this kind of insanity.

  • The town is small, only 4000 people, and the area around it is all rice paddies and fields.

  • The 400 year Kata Kite Festival is the event of the year in town, people from all over Japan coming buses to experience it.

  • It's also televised nationally because it's the only festival where such a massive firework artillery shell is shot up annually.

  • The love of fireworks can be seen all over the town, like here on the manhole covers.

  • Do you see that vending machine over there?

  • It's wrapped in you guessed it, the massive Bone Shack, a drama.

  • It also has an impressive lineup of cheap drinks.

  • There's also your own shock, Odom a Japanese sake and models of fireworks which make great piggy banks.

  • I visited the inventor of the Yuan, Shao Kodama, in his factory office to learn more kata kite to sneak attack.

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  • You're so no matter what, you are gonna be matter to you who you are.

  • This car.

  • So much video killing You are gonna be a dick in.

  • I'm not ready.

  • You can see all the sizes.

  • His factory produces the model show the insides.

  • The one I'm holding is most commonly fired in urban environments.

  • They can't fire bigger ones than this.

  • The Kata Kmart suit.

  • He fired up the son Chaka Drama for the first time in Japan.

  • And over 80 years in 1969 in 1986 Masanori Honda Challenge that with the Yuan Chaka drama, the biggest ever.

  • He took me into his factory storehouse to check out what will be used in the festival way started with the small ones.

  • You're young, Nigel.

  • They're about the size of a grapefruit owl waiting the money.

  • Can you Chou chou?

  • Hey, how want to Theo?

  • Information like color is written on the label.

  • Here's Honda San's team manufacturing fireworks shells.

  • Here's the other finished half of the firework ball.

  • They look like melons.

  • Ready for transport to the supermarket.

  • These number four fireworks air being taped up when finished next one starts.

  • Staff needs to be trained and licensed to make fireworks here.

  • Taping them well ensures that they'll survive the cannon blast and make it into the air before exploding number fours.

  • Looks so small compared to the number 10 shack Odama because you know You know what?

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  • We're on the union.

  • What are we to the Ardennes?

  • I'm not a teacher.

  • Well, so are we'll.

  • See you again.

  • You're not so no knife.

  • Vertical kisser.

  • Adidas took on.

  • So we will see them and have it.

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  • Still that mule.

  • Me, Ma, we're got under UV.

  • Were you each card writer living?

  • It's kind of a hightail it over there.

  • So you know me?

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  • So did they eat?

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  • We got to go into the locker where the finish aka Domus for the festival are located and the young shall kodama.

  • It's so big they stored it outside in another area.

  • It takes about a year.

  • Make one right away.

  • You can see just how ridiculously big it is You have this.

  • I was a little hesitant to enter this room, which is kept warm at all times.

  • A good name.

  • Look, could you know?

  • Could you?

  • That's the look.

  • You buy that bye bye.

  • 64 times more powerful than the Shah Kodama.

  • These 450 kilogram balls filled with stuff that explodes might make anyone nervous, but they're very well protected.

  • How?

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  • Artist, Entertainer King instead of me.

  • That sort of are Jack, 18 in London.

  • That the judge, whatever it's more still got a cigar.

  • I know Canada that so the kids more What?

  • The morning of the festival it was quiet, but the town was ready.

  • This festival is held annually ever ninth and 10th day of September.

  • The program for the event is as big as a newspaper.

  • It lists each firework sponsored with a message from the buyer.

  • People can propose for marriage.

  • Celebrate a retirement from a company.

  • Remember a loved one with fireworks?

  • Many are the number 10 shock Odom a size.

  • Several hours before nightfall, a truck with a crane enters the factory to pick up the phone.

  • Cha kodama.

  • I headed out into the farm fields with a massive cannon was buried tow.

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  • Obama is now in route from Honda San's factory, and you could see down there that is the cannon where they're gonna be putting the young Chaka Dhamma and then launching it around 10 p.m. But it takes a little of effort because this thing is so big it requires a crane toe lower into the cannon.

  • Of course, great care is taken when transporting it.

  • Honda San directs the truck to the launching spot.

  • I was situated on top of the hill that shields the blast during launch, which gave me a great view of the loading.

  • Fireworks in the distance go off to announce the loading of the young Shah Kodama around town.

  • It's carefully lowered into the cannon where it'll be launched around 10 p.m. The finale for the festival again.

  • It weighs about 420 kilograms.

  • £925 will be fired up about 800 meters, 2625 feet and have a with of about 800 meters.

  • It's been about 20 years since there's been a misfire or problem.

  • That's an incredible record, considering the massive weight of the own chakra drama, which is the largest firework in the world.

  • Shot up by a cannon, we've just seen Honda San putting the Yuan Shao Kodama into the cannon.

  • Have to be honest with you.

  • When they removed it from the truck and start to put it into the cannon, I was a little bit nervous because, you know, you never know.

  • There's always a chance that it something might happen, but we have helmets on, which would probably protect us.

  • Anyways, I'm really even more excited after seeing it put in the canon what it's gonna look like in the sky tonight.

  • We just have to wait about five hours.

  • It's the street food.

  • The shrine has gotten quite festive, food stalls air up and the audience is making its way into the town from all over the country.

  • You won't go hungry here.

  • The sunset lights up the sky, a preview of the amazing colors that will light up the night here.

  • The town is very quiet.

  • Most residents watching in open spaces are at the shrine's event viewing area.

  • Each boom echoes across Kata Kai, right?

  • The shrine is the liveliest place in town.

  • But why does this fireworks festival takes so long?

  • Three hours from 7 to 10 p.m. So every couple of minutes still announce the sponsor of all the fireworks that are going up up there, you see.

  • So that's one of the reasons why this event will take over three hours.

  • For all of the fireworks to be launched, each one of these is sponsored or has a message attached to it.

  • So you see some massive fireworks taking place above me.

  • There'll be about five or six of them, and they'll be a pause where they announce the next one.

  • And that's the reason why this event takes three hours, and it will be until about 10 10 30 that we see the bone Shaka Dhamma to just be patient I put a camera in the rice paddies.

  • It's nice to sit a little further out and get a more open view.

  • You get a different feeling here than at viewing in the stands by the shrine.

  • Let's speed this up and move on to the main event as we drank and ate and enjoy the announcements of family, friends and work colleagues sharing a moment with fireworks.

  • 10 PM quickly sprang upon us.

  • It was time for the young Shah Kodama.

  • The announcement is exciting.

  • Okay, Yeah, it's accompanied with a loud alarm through the town and realize one local meters away, the bone shell kodama didn't fire into the air, exploding with ground the few seconds before the launch seemed like an album.

  • Then wait.

  • That's not right.

  • This is the first time in 20 years the yuan Shao Kodama didn't launch properly.

  • There's always a risk of this.

  • The first of two during the festival did not launch into this guy.

  • Still impressive, but to see it all, it needs to travel at least 700 meters into the sky from the rice paddies about 2000 meters away.

  • It looked like this, and this is what I saw.

  • Well, I felt it.

  • That was a big one.

  • I felt that it didn't quite get into the air, but wow.

  • Yeah, the gunshot.

  • But I didn't go up into the air explode and show us all of its glory.

  • But there is a risk that it won't happen.

  • And it's quite amazing that every year, despite that risk, they just keep doing it and doing it and doing it to me.

  • That's pretty amazing.

  • I like that spirit that they have.

  • But because you watched over the end, I cannot not show you right.

  • This is what the U.

  • N psychodrama would have looked like had it gone off this year.

  • I do what On September 10th success a year's work becomes a very satisfying 15 seconds.

  • Lighting up the Catholic I night sky.

  • Yes, she buy also doing, I mean that are sort of, you know me, Young said.

  • Go, go's have good school.

  • Don't you begin your night.

  • Honda San calls his creation crazy, but I see it is something else.

  • He has the courage to think bigger and take risks to show something impressive every single year and the effort a year to make it.

  • But less than a minute in the sky has earned the respect of a nation.

  • And yours truly.

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420kgの巨大な花火の貝殻物語|ヨンシャク玉★ONLY in JAPAN (420kg Giant Firework Shell Story | The YONSHAKUDAMA ★ ONLY in JAPAN)

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    林宜悉 に公開 2021 年 01 月 14 日
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