The chartered sailing ship departs from “Koryu no Tsubasako” for a sightseeing / party cruise, and provides relaxing moments day and night with gentle sea breeze and magnificent view such as rich blue sky and sea, the spectacular Akashi Kaikyo Bridge glint in the sunshine, romantic night view of Kobe, and so on.
[ Recommended number of people ]
+ Nipponmaru Profile
The Nipponmaru is a replica of representative training sailboat of Japan built in Kobe in 1930. The ship is reminiscent of the current Nipponmaru which succeeded to the original boat.
+ Kanrinmaru Profile
The original Kanrinmaru was built in the Netherlands in 1856. Mr. Kaishu Katsu succeeded in the Japan's first-ever voyage to the U.S. across the Pacific by the steamboat. The current cruise ship in a replica of the original boat.
Awaji puppet theater is a traditional folk art with a 500-year history.
The puppet theater is designated as a significant intangible folk cultural asset of the country.
The International Conference Center can arrange a troupe to perform at the center upon request.
+ Performances at the Awaji Puppet Theater
The Awaji Puppet Theater is a 40-miniute drive from Awaji Yumebutai. There are 5 regularly scheduled performances each day.
+ Performance at the International Conference Center
[ Performance by a professional troupe ]
[ Performance by junior or senior high school students ]
Tea ceremony houses in the annex of the conference center weave a traditional design with a novel one, and create a peaceful and serene atmosphere. Joining in a tea ceremony is one of great ways to experience Japanese culture.
Awaji Yumebutai International Conference Center
1 Yumebutai, Awaji City, Hyogo 656-2306 Japan Phone: 81-799-74-1020 FAX: 81-799-74-1021
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