September

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SATOYAMA RUN in HIDA TAKAYAMA 2018

SATOYAMA RUN in HIDA TAKAYAMA 2018 (photo)

Be the 1st Runner!
“SATOYAMA RUN in HIDA TAKAYAMA 2018” is a local oriented marathon.
Why don’t you join us to create this very first event while enjoying beautiful scenery and having interaction with local people?
You can join this event with your family, friends and of course by yourself.
We are very much looking forward to see you at SATOYAMA RUN!
Hurry up and apply now!
Sign up deadline:10st of August (Fri) 12:00 p.m. (closed when reaches the capacity)
Length of run: (1) approx. 20 km / (2) approx. 10 km
Start at 8:00 a.m.
Time limit: (1) 4h / (2) 2h

Date

8/9/2018 (Sat) Start at 18:00 (The Eve Party)
9/9/2018 (Sun) Start at 8:00 (Run)

Business Hours

Spt.8 (Sat) Start at 18:00(The Eve Party)
Spt.9 (Sun) Start at 8:00 (Run)

Fee

Entry fee is 4,800yen.

Address

Nyukawa-cho Area in Takayama-shi

Contact

SATOYAMA RUN in HIDA TAKAYAMA Event Secretariat(JTB Corp. Nagoya Department)
E-MAIL: jtbc.sedesk@cub.jtb.jp

Access

Website:http://satoyama-run.com/en/access/

Website

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Garakuta Fair (Jumble market)

Garakuta Fair (photo)

An antique fair started in 1982. Held on the first Sunday of the month from April to October. The streets are temporarily closed to vehicles (called "pedestrians' paradise") and over 20 art dealers have stalls on the street. You will enjoy looking at olden daily-life utensils while strolling down the street.

Date

First Sunday of the month, from April to October each year

Opening of hiking season at Mt. Norikura to climbers - Norikura Skyline is open

Opening of hiking season at Mt. Norikura to climbers - Norikura Skyline is open (photo)

This high area consisting of 23 ridges, 7 lakes, and 8 plains is collectively referred to as Mt. Norikura. The highest peak is Mt. Kengamine, 3,026 meters above sea level. You can travel up the mountain along the Norikura Skyline, Japan’s highest-altitude mountain road, to a height of 2,700 meters without stopping.

Date

From May 15 to late October

Rice harvesting in kurumada, wheel-shaped rice fields

Rice harvesting in kurumada, wheel-shaped rice fields (photo)

The method of planting rice plants concentrically around a rod standing at the center of the rice paddy is a very rare method in Japan and is a unique method developed in Hida.

Date

Late September each year

Red autumn leaves from Mt. Norikura to the Hirayu Pass are at their most beautiful

Red autumn leaves from Mt. Norikura to the Hirayu Pass are at their most beautiful (photo)

Autumn leaves are at their best.

Date

From early September to early October

Hida Takayama Kimono Walk

Hida Takayama Kimono Walk (photo)

You can stroll through the old townscapes of Hida Takayama, clad in a kamishimo (a ceremonial dress) or kimono (everyday clothes) of the Edo period, about 200 years ago.

Date

Saturdays, Sundays and national holidays from mid September to late October

Cosmos Park is opened

Cosmos Park is opened (photo)

The skiing slope in the Honokidaira Ski Resort during the off-season offers a 4-hectare site teeming with about eight million cosmea flowers in full bloom.

Date

August each year (may change depending on date of first bloom)