World’s Heaviest Firework Shell illuminates Japanese Sky [Video]

"Kounosu Fireworks 2014"

Japan has set the new Guinness World Record for the heaviest firework. During a festival in Konosu City, Saitama Prefecture, around 600,000 spectators watched that amazing record breaking explosion.

A 460kg rocket measuring 120cm around had exploded into a spectacular flower of light measuring 800m in diameter at Asahara Shrine.

"World's Heaviest Firework Shell"
Just hit the crazy pyrotechnic video below. You can watch that incredible moment of huge burst that illuminated the night sky with green and orange lights at 3.15 minute.

Kounosu fireworks 2014 four feet ball “CloseUp” World’s heaviest aerial firework shell (48 inch).

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  1. pat says:

    I thought there was a bigger explosion with light in 1945

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