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Yokohama Landmark Tower Sky Climbing 2018 &
★Collaboration Event★Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum Stamp Rally

 

Photo: Yokohama Landmark Tower Sky Climbing

 

      Kanagawa Prefectural Government is promoting “Campaign 3033”, which aims to encourage citizens to do exercise or sports for 30 minutes a day, three times a week, for three months, so that exercise will be a daily routine.  As part of its promotion, we will hold an event to climb the stairs of Yokohama Landmark Tower.  The participants will go up the emergency stairs, which are usually not in use, to the 69th floor where “Sky Garden” is located.

 

      This is a very popular program that as many as 1,650 people participated in the previous time.  The event will be held on Sunday, January 21, 2018, from 10:00 to 17:00 (reception by 15:00).  The venues are Yokohama Landmark Tower (2-2-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama City) and Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum (3-3-1 Minatomirai, Nishi-ku, Yokohama City).  You can reach their website with the keyword “スカイクライミング (sky climbing)”.

 

      The event has two programs.  The first one is “Yokohama Landmark Tower Sky Climbing”.  This is to go up the stairs of Yokohama Landmark Tower, the No. 1 high riser in Kanagawa Prefecture.  Participants who completed the 1,458 stairs to the 69th floor will be given a certificate.  There is an observatory “Sky Garden” on the floor, which commands a superb view of Mt. Fuji on a fine day.  The admission fee is usually \1,000.  The view from the floor must be something special to see after climbing all the stairs on foot.

One of the prizes: Physical activity meter

 

      The second program is stamp rally in the neighboring Mitsubishi Minatomirai Industrial Museum.  It is a hands-on museum of science and technology.  Visitors, both adults and children, can enjoy learning the latest technologies in the aerospace, marine, environment and energy fields.  Those who finish the stamp rally can get participation prize.  After that, why don’t you try your luck?  Join the lottery with a chance to win items useful for promoting your health, like a physical activity meter, leg massager and electronic thermometer.

 

      You may feel dizzy when looking up this high riser tower, but it’s a great and rare opportunity to climb it on your own.  A beautiful panoramic view is waiting for you at Sky Garden!

 

 

 

Join "Dialogue with Governor" Regional Version   

 

Photo: Governor Kuroiwa in the dialogue

      Governor Kuroiwa visits five regions in Kanagawa to have a direct talk with prefectural citizens.  In November, two sessions take place at venues of Ken-o (central area) and Yokosuka-Miura.

 

1. Ken-o Session, Mon., November 6

      Let’s discuss the theme of “Live in harmony!  Keep smiling in multicultural co-existence society” in Yamato City art & culture center SiRiUS.

Illustration: BIKKE

    

There are many foreign residents in Ken-o region.  What is necessary for all the people to live together happily, respecting each other’s culture and thinking?  We will think about it together with Governor Kuroiwa.

 

     There will be two guest speakers; Ms. Haguei Patricia, vice-chairperson of the forth Yamato City conference for multicultural co-existence, and Ms. Motomi Ito, representative of Tsuruma Room for Reading & Writing.  They will give presentations of case examples.

 

【Inquiries and application in Japanese】
Planning and Coordination Section, Ken-o Region Prefectural Administration Center
Tel: 046-224-1111 (Ext. 2119)
URL http://www.pref.kanagawa.jp/cnt/f550/p1143210.html

 

 

2.Photo: TheYokosuka-Miura RegionYokosuka-Miura Session, Tue., November 21

      We will have a talk on the theme of “Make you want to live!  Attractive life in Miura Peninsula” at Yokosuka Chamber of Commerce and Industry.

 

      Miura Peninsula is “a bit of countryside” full of attractive features.  What is the appeal of Miura’s food?  Why did you move here?  What will make Miura an even more attractive town full of smile, where more people want to live?  Governor Kuroiwa wants to hear your ideas.

 

      Presentations will be given by Ms. Rie Hasegawa, cooking specialist and new products development advisor and Mr. Osamu and Ms. Yumi Nariai, owners of an inn “bed & breakfast ichi” in Miura.

 

【Inquiries and application in Japanese】
Planning and Coordination Section, Yokosuka-Miura Region Prefectural Administration Center
Tel: 046-823-0290
URL http://www.pref.kanagawa.jp/cnt/f715/p1150494.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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