The World’s Largest Firework Fills The Sky With Hundreds Of Explosions

The World’s Largest Firework Fills The Sky With Hundreds Of Explosions
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Video: It costs $US1500, measures in at about 1.22m in diameter and causes an explosion in the sky close to a kilometre long. It’s the infamous Yonshakudama firework from Japan.