The Kitagawa river and Kogawa river system is known for its extremely clear water. In addition to its transparent water, the area has an aquatic life population that is renowned as some of the best in the nation. While canoeing down the river the stones on the river bottom and see fishes such as ayu (sweetfish) or carp are visible swimming in groups away from the canoes. Starting in September, you can also enjoy diving from rocks along the river or Chinka Bridge, which is designed to be underwater during floods! This activity will take place at Houri River, a clear stream similar to the Kitagawa River.
Paddle down the river with us!
|Target Age||(Canadian Canoe) Ages 2 or older,
(Kayak) Ages 7 or older
|Required Time||2.5 to 3 hours|
|Period of Operation||May to August, or April to August for groups|
|Number of Possible Participants||3 to 40 participants|
|Meeting Spot||Will be announced later.|
|Conditions for Cancellation||May be cancelled in case of heavy rain. (More than 2 millimeters per hour)|
|Items to Prepare||Shoes that can get wet, for example sports sandals.
(Flip-flops or similar shoes can’t be used.)
Swimwear, change of clothes, sunscreen, fleece jacket.
We will contact you in case the required number of
participants won’t be reached.