The first Fujiwara Akira ran a souvenir shop in Zenkoji Monzenmachi, and at the same time, he was contracted to make fireworks and fireworks in the Ammori area, and was also active as a fireman. Later, in order to focus on the fireworks business, he founded Shinshu fireworks.
Nobuo, the third generation and current owner of the company, encountered a manufacturing accident after joining the company. In 1989, Nobuo took over as president, with the motto “Recruit and nurture young people who love fireworks”. The management policy of Shinshu Pyrotechnics is “to make fireworks that please and move people”. Nobuo says, “You can’t make a good firework if you don’t see something good,” and encourages his employees to watch pictures, movies, musicals, paintings, and competitive fireworks. It’s because ideas often come from them. The company was now a collection of young employees, the ideal organization that Nobuo had envisioned. Shinshu Pyrotechnics has three main fireworks (Nagano Ebisu, Nagaragawa, and PL fireworks), which are shot up at 60 places a year as a pyrotechnist.
Masaru Tanaka, who is currently in charge of computer ignition and program configuration, is the driving force behind the Shinshu pyrotechnics on a new stage. He was strong on digital devices and brought about a new fireworks change. With these young pyrotechnicians, we can imagine more interesting and exciting fireworks in the future.
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