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Inuyama-City [Cancelled]
Inuyama Castle Yuransen Sightseeing Boat

Date : -Sakura Cherry Blossoms Season:
Sat. March 28 - Tue. April 7
-Shinryoku Fresh Verdure Foliage Season:
Wed. April 29 (holiday) - Wed. May 6 (holiday)
*: Cancels under rain or if water level rises.


  • Inuyama Castle Yuransen Sightseeing Boat

A sightseeing boat tour that takes you for a highly enjoyable 30-minute tour on the waters of the Kisogawa River. Board at the Kisogawa Kanko Offices by the margins of the Kisogawa, east of the Inuyama-bashi Bridge. Spring season is divided in two periods: Sakura Cherry Blossoms and Shinryoku Fresh Verdure Foliage. Enjoy the sights of National Treasure Inuyama Castle in the distance while surrounded by the vibrant nature along the margins of the majestic river.

All boat rides have been cancelled in 2020.
>>>Event Cancellation Notice on the Inuyama Tourist Information Web Site (Japanese)

EVENT OVERVIEW

Date : -Sakura Cherry Blossoms Season:
Saturday, March 28th to Tuesday, April 7th, 2020
-Shinryoku Fresh Verdure Foliage Season:
Wednesday, April 29th (holiday) to Wednesday, May 6th (holiday), 2020
*: Tours canceled in case of rain or Kisogawa River water level rising.
Holding time : Dpartures:
(1) 9:00 AM
(2) 10:00 AM
(3) 11:00 AM
(4) 12:00 PM
(5) 1:30 PM
(6) 2:30 PM
(7) 3:30 PM
Place : Kisogawa River
*: Inuyama-bashi Bridge boarding dock (near the Kisogawa Kanko Office)
Location : 〒484-0081
2 Kita-Hakusanbira, Inuyama, Inuyama-City, Aichi Prefecture, Japan (Inuyama-bashi Bridge boarding dock)
Fee : Adults 600 yen
Children ages 3 to 11 300 yen
Toddlers free of charge as long as accompanied by a guardian adult.
Phone number : 0568-61-6000 (Inuyama Tourist Information Center)
Required time : Approx. 30 minutes
Seating capacity : 50 seats/departure
*: By order of arrival on the day only. Admission closes once all seats are sold.
Ticket sales : Tickets for all departures of the day start being sold everyday from 8:30 AM at the Inuyama-bashi Bridge Yuransen Sightseeing Boat boarding dock near the Kisogawa Kanko Office. Maximum purchase allowed per guest is 6 tickets.
*: In case of chartered rentals, no tickets may be sold on that day. Your understanding is appreciated.

Note: This page may not be current due to update time differences between site databases.
Should accuracy be critical, please verify this information using a direct source, whenever possible.

ACCESS

  • Access by public transport
    Access by public transport
    3 min. (350m) northwards walk from Inuyama-yuen Station of the Meitetsu Inuyama Line (board the train bound for Inuyama from Meitetsu Nagoya Station).
  • Access by car
    Access by car
    -Approx. 30 min. (11.1km) northwards from either Komaki I.C. of the Meishin Expressway / Tomei Expressway, or Komaki Kita I.C. of the Nagoya Expressway R11 Komaki Route, via routes 41, 27, and 185, or;
    -Approx. 15 min. (13.1km) northwestwards from Komaki-Higashi I.C. of the Chuo Expressway via routes 49, 461, and 185.

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