Esashi Full day

  • Hafen

    Hakodate (Japan)

  • Schwierigkeitsgrad

    Leicht

  • Typ

    Nicht verfügbar

  • Preis

    Erwachsene

    USD129.0

  • Dauer Stunden

    7.5

  • Ausflugscode

    01TH

Beschreibung

After a short stop at Assabu Michi-no-eki, we will stroll along Inishie Kaido Road, which is steeped in history, after experiencing the essence of Esashi Oiwake (a kind of folk music from Hokkaido) and the Ubagami festival. Oiwake Hall is an institution that preserves folklore such as Esashi Oiwake, which is representative of Japanese folk music.
In the hall, there will also be performances of Esashi Oiwake music every day from 26 March until October and Esashi Oiwake music material will be on display. Two of the 13 beautifully decorated floats that parade through the town for the Ubagami Daijingu Togyosai Festival, which has been taking place for over 370 years, are displayed in the float hall. After we have enjoyed the Oiwake/Ubagami Festivals to the full, we recommend the areas of Nakauta town/Ubagami town along the ancient Inishie Kaido Road. We can enjoy strolling through this historically rich townscape. After that, we will visit the Trappist monastery, which was Japan's first convent, established in the 19th century. Its museum exhibits photos of people living in the monastery.



Was wir ansehen

We will stroll along Inishie Kaido Road, which is steeped in history, after experiencing the essence of Esashi Oiwake (a kind of folk music from Hokkaido) and the Ubagami festival. Oiwake Hall is an institution that preserves folklore such as Esashi Oiwake, which is representative of Japanese folk music. In the hall, there will also be performances of Esashi Oiwake music every day from 26 March until October and Esashi Oiwake music material will be on display. Two of the 13 beautifully decorated floats that parade through the town for the Ubagami Daijingu Togyosai Festival, which has been taking place for over 370 years, are displayed in the float hall. After we have enjoyed the Oiwake/Ubagami Festivals to the full, we recommend the areas of Nakauta town/Ubagami town along the ancient Inishie Kaido Road. We can enjoy strolling through this historically rich townscape.


Wissenswertes

Please Note: Space is limited, therefore we strongly suggest to book early. Due to travel season in Japan, heavy traffic jam will be expected. There is no place to exchange money in the port, preparing Japanese Yen is strongly recommended. The clear view of the landscape is subject to the weather conditions. Wear low-heeled, comfortable walking shoes.

English & other European tour guides are subject to availability.