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Take part in the most fun Run&Walk event in Nagano on May 19th!

You like nature, running or walking, discovering preserved sites and Onsens? Perfect! Take part in the 10th Run & Walk Event in Ueda, Nagano on May 19th!

What is the Run & Walk Event?

The Run & Walk Event is a Unique Running and Walking event fun for everyone!

The designated route will start from Ueda Castle Park in Ueda, Nagano prefecture, until Bessoh Onsen Spa Resort. The race route will follow the historic Bessoh Line railways, a great occasion to discover the historic preserved stations that are still relatively unknown to tourists. You can run, walk and also take the Bessoh Line anytime! At your arrival enjoy the welcome commemorative party with music entertainment, bazar and food stands.

Seing Japan s beautiful countryside, discovering historic preserved stations and afterwards relaxing in an Onsen. Sounds great right?!

All you have to do is get your tickets and have fun!

The Event place and goal?

The Run & Walk along with Historic Bessoh Line 2018 event will have 2 courses from Ueda Castle to Bessoh Onsen:

  • Course A: Bessoh Line Course (along with Bessoh Line from Ueda Castle to Uedo Onsen spa) – 18km.
  • Course B: Historical Temple and Shrine Course (for tough runners with some hilly and off-road areas) – 20 km.

When?

Saturday, May 19th 2018

Where?

Ueda, Nagano Prefecture

Who is eligible?

Everyone!

How?

Send your Application Form by email to [email protected] or by Fax: 03-3465-2444

How much is the participation fee and what does it includes?

  • Roundtrip tickets between Ueda and Bessho Onsen spa
  • Onsen Spa admission ticket
  • After-Race-Party

¥4,400 adult, ¥2,700 children 13-18, ¥2,000 children under 13 (children under 6 years old free).

Who are the Organizers? http://www.sports-fitness.co.jp/

Check out their previous event here https://www.japanroomfinder.com/ja/blog/mad-muddy-event-nagano/

https://www.japanroomfinder.com/ja/blog/mad-and-muddy-race-nagano-sounds-fun-and-it-was-great-fun/

Interested? Then join us for this fun event and send your Application Form !

Myles Lazlow Administrator

Myles is an Australian boy who came to Japan a while ago!

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