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Toyota-City Shimoyama Hirase Fishing Weir (Shimoyama Hirase Yana)

Date : From early July to mid-October


  • Shimoyama Hirase Fishing Weir (Shimoyama Hirase Yana)
  • Shimoyama Hirase Fishing Weir (Shimoyama Hirase Yana)
  • Shimoyama Hirase Fishing Weir (Shimoyama Hirase Yana)
  • Shimoyama Hirase Fishing Weir (Shimoyama Hirase Yana)
  • Shimoyama Hirase Fishing Weir (Shimoyama Hirase Yana)
  • Shimoyama Hirase Fishing Weir (Shimoyama Hirase Yana)

Catch a fish with your own hands and have a great barbecue party! A fishing weir spot for lots of riverside fun!

Cozily snuggled down amidst the beautiful mountains of Toyota-City in the Shimoyama region, this fishing weir is a bit remote but has a vibrant surrounding nature that will provide a great outdoor holiday for you and your family and friends. Catch those delicious "ayu" sweetfish by grabbing with your own hands, and enjoy the exquisite cuisine made with them by the skilled staff at the kitchen. Come have tons of fun at the upper stream of the Tomoegawa River!

EVENT OVERVIEW

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  • Restaurant
Date : From early July to mid-October
July 6th (Saturday) to October 19th (Saturday), 2019
Holding time : 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (last order 3:00 PM)
Place : Shimoyama Hirase Yana Fishing Weir
Location : 〒444-3251
40-32 Kaido, Hirase-cho, Toyota-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Fee : Ayu Sweetfish Catch
1 fish: 600 JPY
*: Minimum catch 4 fishes.
*: The facility staff will grill the catch with salt for the guests.

•Barbecue fee for guests bringing the ingredients (only equipment rental) 1,500 JPY/guest (Junior high school students and older). Requires reservation.
*: Unavailable between August 11 and August 16.
Phone number : TEL: 0565-90-3799
Fishing Weir Mobile: 090-2776-3799

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Parking

Handicapped parking

Restrooms

Accessible restrooms
Width of accessible restroom
Western-style restroom
Baby bed
Changing table
Electric wheelchair usage
Tactile guide map of restroom layout
Equipped for ostomy pouches
Alternative measures when there is no accessible restroom

About accessibility within the building

Stairs and steps
Stair handrail
Elevator (door width)
Elevator floor display
Elevator voice guidance
Escalator
Escalator voice guidance
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Alternative measures when there is no ramp

Services

Wheelchair rental
Stroller rental
Reading glasses rental
Nursing corner
Assistance dogs allowed
Assistance dog relief area
Facility guide map in Braille
Stair handrail signage in Braille
Tactile paving for the visually impaired

Fees, etc.

Special fee in support of disabled persons

ACCESS

  • Access by car
    Access by car
    •Approx. 30 min. eastwards from Toyota-Matsudaira I.C. of the Shin-Tomei Expressway via routes 301, 77, 363, 362, and 477.
    •Approx. 45 min. northwards from Higashi-Okazaki I.C. of the Shin-Tomei Expressway via routes 37, 35, 335, 477, 31, 77, 363, 362, and 477.

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