[Akita / Lake Tazawa] The deepest water in Japan! Lake Tazawa kayak tour with outstanding transparencyの紹介画像
[Akita / Lake Tazawa] The deepest water in Japan! Lake Tazawa kayak tour with outstanding transparencyの紹介画像
[Akita / Lake Tazawa] The deepest water in Japan! Lake Tazawa kayak tour with outstanding transparencyの紹介画像
[Akita / Lake Tazawa] The deepest water in Japan! Lake Tazawa kayak tour with outstanding transparencyの紹介画像
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39436

[Akita / Lake Tazawa] The deepest water in Japan! Lake Tazawa kayak tour with outstanding transparency

Etc. included in the price
  • Beginners welcome - First try
  • Children welcome
  • Possible number of bookings
    2
  • Participating age
    4Age ~ 69 Age
  • Duration
    2~3 hours
Plan description

It is a kayak tour at Lake Tazawa. Lake Tazawa, which has high transparency, can enjoy a beautiful gradation of emerald green in shallow areas and cobalt blue in deep areas. Beginners are okay too! It is a stable kayak. First of all, we practice in shallow water, so even beginners can participate with confidence. We have a two-seater kayak for parents and children. Let's go to see "Tazawako Blue" from shallow to deep. Forests and mountains spread around the lake, and you can enjoy seasonal scenery such as fresh green in spring and colored leaves in autumn. You can also play in the water in the summer.

Even beginners can participate with confidence!

Using a highly stable kayak, the guide staff will carefully lecture and support you.

About fees

Basic fee

※The list price includes tax.
※The above price is a basic fee.
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Reservation cancellation fee generation date 催行日の0日前からキャンセル料金が発生いたします。
About cancellation There is no cancellation fee, but please contact us as soon as possible when making changes or cancellations.
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Detailed information of this plan

Required minimum number of participants 2 Person(s)
Possible number of bookings 2~
About duration
2~3 hours
About 3 hours (Experience time 2 hours 30 minutes)
Operating period 2022/4/20〜2022/11/10
Late April-Nov. Early season
Assembly time Please come 20 minutes before the start of the experience.
Booking deadline until 16:59 2 days before

Changing room Toilet
Shower Parking
Locker

Dress code - Must bring items Clothes that can get wet (chemical fiber material is recommended) Change clothes, towels, sunscreen, hats, rucksacks, sports sandals, rain gear
About rental items Sports sandals (charged)

Matters require attention * The temperature will be low in spring and autumn, so please take measures against the cold. * The minimum number of people for the tour is 2 people. * Please make a last-minute reservation by phone. * Reservations for one person are also possible.
Other notifications * Please contact us if you are over 70 years old.

Access - Map

152 Tazawako Tazawa Haruyama, Semboku City, Akita Prefecture 014-1204
Assembly point

Tazawako Campsite Administration Building

If you arrive by car

60 minutes from "Morioka IC" Parking lot 80 cars (free), large bus available

If you arrive by train

12 minutes by bus from JR "Tazawako Station", 5 minutes on foot from "Tazawakohan Bus Stop"

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Activity Provider of this plan

Insurance information Mitsui Sumitomo Insurance Liability insurance 1 person 100 million yen, 1 accident 300 million yen Sompo Japan Accident Insurance 3.49 million after death Disability Hospitalization 5342 yen Outpatient 2696 yen
License and Qualifications JRCA Junior Guide Japan Mountain Guide Association Mountaineering Guide / Ski Guide
Member organizations and associations Japan Mountain Guide Association
Number of staff 9
people
Number of instructors 6
people

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