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    Yukimi Kaido Inabu

    Inabu-Area

    2/5/2022

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    Yukimi Kaido Inabu is an annual winter event in the Inabu area of Toyota City.
    When the candles made out of natural snow are lit, the soft light creates a mysterious nighttime atmosphere.
    Typically held at the same time, this year's “Shiru-1 Grand Prix” where merchants compete to see who makes the best soup has been cancelled.

    "Shiru-1 Grand Prix" has been cancelled in 2022. Only the snow lights display will be held as usual.

    Basic Information

    Souvenirs

    Parking

    Restaurant

    Address 〒441-2522
    Harihara 22-1, Busetsumachi, Toyota City
    Opening days / hours 5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
    Phone number 0565-83-3200, 0565-77-6283 (Inabu Tourism Association)
    Parking lot Available
    Restroom Available
    Place In the area around Donguri-no-Yu
    Holding time February 5th (Saturday), 2022
    Access by Public Transportation [Directions from Nagoya]
    ・From Nagoya Station on the Higashiyama subway line, go to Fushimi Station and transfer to the Tsurumai subway line (which connects to the Meitetsu Toyota Line from Akaike). Get off at Meitetsu Toyotashi Station.
    ・From Meitetsu Nagoya Station, take the Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line to Chiryu Station. Transfer trains and get off at Meitetsu Toyotashi Station.
    ・From JR Nagoya Station, take the JR Chuo Main Line to Kozoji Station. Transfer to the Aichi Loop Line and get off at Shin-Toyota Station.
    *Click here to check transportation directions and fares in Toyota.
    http://michinavitoyota.jp/portal/map_en.html
    Access by car Approx. 40 minutes from Chikaraishi I.C. on the Sanage Green Road via National Route 153.
    LINK Event Information on the Inabu Tourism Association Web Site (Japanese)


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