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[Toyama] (Departing from Kansui Park) Art appreciation water tour with the English tour guide of a local art coordinator

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A water tour departing from and arriving at Kansui Park, home to the world's most beautiful Starbucks coffee shop, where you can experience a water elevator, see the spectacular views of Toyama such as the Tateyama Mountain Range, and enjoy craft artworks, all accompanied by an English-speaking guid...

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Tour overview

GO FOR KOGEI will be holding a special tour with commentary from a local art coordinator so that people from overseas can enjoy the works created in collaboration with Toyama's landscape.

This tour charters a pleasure boat and departs from Kansui Park along Fuiwa Canal, the stage of GO FOR KOGEI 2023, and admires the works in the Nakajima Lock area before getting back on the boat and moving to the Iwase area.

Schedule

9/22 (Fri), 9/29 (Fri), 10/6 (Fri), 10/13 (Fri), 10/20 (Fri), 10/27 (Fri)

Time schedule

Schedule: 12:50/Meeting at Kansui Park and Fuiwa Water Line boarding area - 13:00/Departing from Fugan Canal Cruise - 13:30/Arrival at Nakajima Lock, viewing works in the Nakajima Lock area - 14:30/Back on the cruise , Departing from Nakajima Lock - 15:10/Arrival at Iwase Canal Hall, Appreciation of works in the Iwase area - 16:20/End of tour, and say goodbye.

Capacity

8 people (*The tour is only for foreigners and will be conducted by an English-speaking guide.)

Travel fee

5,000 yen (tax included) *Includes exhibition ticket and boarding fee

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