Sailing Ship Kaiomaru Light Up and Illuminations

Sailing Ship Kaiomaru Light Up and Illuminations

Image provider: Fukuki Toyama Port, Kaiomaru foundation

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Sailing boat Kaiomaru illuminations light-up information site

Toyama | 8, Kaiomachi, Imizu-shi

Kaiwomaru is one of the world largest sailing ships constructed in 1930 as a training vessel for merchant-marine school students. The illumination light up after sunset decorates the hull of the ship and the masts with 400 LED lights highlighting the beauty of the sailing ship. 21 LED floodlights form an image of the Kaiwomaru sailing on the open sea.

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Basic information

Access (railroad) "Kaiomaru Station" getting off is about 10 minutes on foot from Takaoka Station for Manyo Line train about 40 minutes
Access (car) It is about 20 minutes from Hokuriku Expressway Kosugi IC
Parking lot Free of charge
Reference (public interest incorporated foundation) Fukuki Toyama Port, Kaiomaru foundation 0766-82-5181
Crowd of usual About 20,000 (last year from December to January)
Holding time Every day (as for the illuminations except the hull maintenance period of from Sunday, November 3 to 20th Wednesday)
Sunset - 22:00
Type and the number of lights About 400 LED (illuminations), LED floodlight 21 (light-up)
Catch phrase Please see collaboration with figure and Ohashi, Shinminato light-up of different fantastic sailing boat Kaiomaru by all means in the daytime

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