Private boat cruise to enjoy the Imizu City earthquake relief fireworks and a bamboo-lit Uchikawa River night cruise with lion dancers

Watch fireworks from the sailing ship Kaiwomaru or enjoy a torchlit cruise to pray for recovery

[July 28 (Sun.), 2024 Noto Peninsula Earthquake Relief Fireworks Display: Charter Boat Viewing]
- This historical fireworks display has been held since the mid-1800s. Guests will be able to enjoy the show from a private fireworks viewing on board the sailing ship Kaiwomaru. Highlights include the Niagara fireworks fired from the Shinminato Bridge, which boast the world's largest vertical drop, and the underwater starmine fireworks.

[Uchikawa River Sightseeing in the Early Morning & Evening]
- Enjoy unique ryoshi-meshi (fishermen's dishes).
- Bamboo lighting will be installed along at various establishments along the Uchikawa River as part of earthquake relief efforts. Open-air cafes will also be available.
- Uchikawa sightseeing boats will operate at night with special foreign-language commentary. Guests can enjoy a private lion dance performance by torchlight at Riverside Station Shinminato.

[Exclusive Experiences for Inbound Travelers]
- Fireworks viewing VIP seats on sightseeing boats and the Kaiwomaru (Kimono rentals available upon request)
- Private nighttime lion dance experience (Connect with local residents through the lion dance)
- Glass shrimp fishery tour (Learn about the environmental efforts taken by local fishermen. Watch the sunrise and admire the magnificent Tateyama Mountain Range from Toyama Bay, the world's only glass shrimp fishery. Glass shrimp dishes will be served on board.)
- Exclusive overnight stay in a 150-year-old former merchant house


Location Name

Kaiwomaru Park, along the Uchikawa River

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