Maruyama has a zoo and Hokkaido Shrine, but did you know that it is actually a 225-meter-high mountain? There is a climbing course, and you can climb up to the top and come down in about an hour and a half. Why don’t you climb Maruyama with citizen volunteers during the fresh green season? Check our blog <https://sjcunit.blogspot.jp> for more details. Date: May 29 (Sun.), 2022 (Cancelled if rain) Time: 10:00-12:00 Meeting time: 10:00 Meeting place: Ticket gate at Maruyama- koen Subway Station [T06], subway Tozai line Fee: Free Capacity: First 15 people (limited to foreign residents) Sign up to participate in the tour at the link below. https://forms.gle/Gr6u8TEFQZDZwDwy9
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Members of the rhythmic gymnastics team from Novosibirsk enjoyed wearing a yukata and experiencing the tea ceremony. Our volunteers of the Sightseeing and Japanese Culture Unit helped them. More photos on the Unit’s blog. Участники сборной по художественной гимнастике из Новосибирска примерили юката и поучаствовали в чайной церемонии. Волонтёры отдела туризма и японской культуры помогали им.