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Geibi Gorge Boat Trip猊鼻渓舟下り

Rafting / Boat Tour

The boarding site for the Geibikei Gorge Boat Trip is located in the city of Ichinoseki in Iwate Prefecture. The 90-minute trip allows you to enjoy the gorge fully and view the scenery that changes with the seasons, including wisteria blossoms in May and autumn leaves in the fall. In the winter, customers can make reservations to ride down the river in so-called kotatsu boats, in which guests sit at heated tables while eating Kinagashi Nabe, a hot pot dish of meat, tofu, and other ingredients cooked in miso broth.

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Iwate Prefecture Ichinoseki City Nagasaka cho 467

phone 0191472341
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[11/21-3/20]9:30-15:00
[3/21-3/31]9:30-15:30
[4/1-8/31]8:30-16:30
[9/1-11:10]8:30-15:30
[11/11-11/20]8/30-15:30

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Address

Iwate Prefecture Ichinoseki City Nagasaka cho 467 [map]

Phone

0191472341

Hours
[11/21-3/20]9:30-15:00
[3/21-3/31]9:30-15:30
[4/1-8/31]8:30-16:30
[9/1-11:10]8:30-15:30
[11/11-11/20]8/30-15:30
Closed
No holiday (cancellation at heavy weather)
Fees
[Boat descent Fees] Adults 1600 yen, dwarfs 860 yen, infants 200 yen
[Boat descent Fees (group fifteen or more)] Adult 1440 yen, Child 770 yen, Infant 200 yen
[Boat descent Fees (Group 100 Or more)] Adult 1280 yen, Child 680 yen, Infant 200 yen
Parking Lot
Yes
* free, 500 yen
Credit Card
No

Information Sources:  NAVITIME JAPAN

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          A northern Tohoku prefecture promising peace and quiet, Iwate is sparsely populated, replacing people with snow-capped mountains, history-rich sites, and fields of crops that are to thank for the region’s delicious local cuisine. Meander along the three-city Golden Route, where you’ll visit the grand Buddhist temples of Hiraizumi and the Tono folk villages before tasting the three famed noodle dishes of Morioka.

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