[the end of the receptionist] ... which walks the Sumida River terrace and town of twilight tour - dusk
Koto City culture tour guide guides,Light burns in streetlight and building group with the sunset when we walk along the Sumida River surrounded in madder red leisurely, and town begins to shine.
Town walk tour from dusk to night!
While it is blown for river wind of early fall in September when heat still remains, how about waiting, and enjoying walk?
PeriodFrom Tuesday, September 4, 2018 to 8th Saturday ※Rain or shine
TimeIt departs 18:00 ※Please gather within ten minutes before the departure time.
The time requiredAround two hours
MeetingIt is in front of Oedo Line(Toei Oedo Line) "Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station" wicket
Dissolution placeSagacho Hall
Course⇒ Kiyosubashi Bridge ⇒ Sumida River terrace ⇒ Sumida River Ohashi ⇒ Takao Inari Corporation ⇒ Toyomi Bridge ⇒ Eitai-bashi Bridge ⇒ Sagacho Hall in front of Oedo Line(Toei Oedo Line) "Kiyosumi-Shirakawa Station" wicket (departure) (dissolution)
Object・That can feel like waiting, and there being of around two hours.
・More than fourth grader.
CapacityFor each 30 (application order) ※Primary schoolchild is protector companion ※To one set of five
Prices500 yen (insurance charges, material charges) ※On the day we pay to the staff (primary schoolchild for free)
Application methodApply over telephone. (application start: on Wednesday, August 15, 2018 from 9:00)
The Koto City culture tour guide secretariat (the Koto City Tourism Association)
Reception hours: 9:00-17:00 (except Saturdays, Sundays and holidays)
Remarks・Please prepare for drinks for hydration.
・Dissolution time may be prolonged depending on the congestion situation of the day.
・Come with mobile clothes, shoes.
・When case of stormy weather and other unavoidable circumstances occur, please note that you may do with cancellation or running that you change a part of course.
|Inquiry||The Koto City culture tour guide secretariat (the Koto City Tourism Association)
Reception hours: 9:00-17:00 (we take a rest on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays)