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  • Title: International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo) | The IAC-Tokyo is an all-volunteer group of folks from Kanto who enjoy outdoor activities together. IAC東京は関東に暮らしてる人々のためのアウトドアに楽しめる全てボランティアサークルです。
    Descriptive info: .. International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo).. The IAC-Tokyo is an all-volunteer group of folks from Kanto who enjoy outdoor activities together.. IAC東京は関東に暮らしてる人々のためのアウトドアに楽しめる全てボランティアサークルです。.. Search.. Main menu.. Skip to primary content.. Skip to secondary content.. Home.. Events.. Event Calendar.. Event Difficulty Rating System.. Event resources.. Event Reports.. Recent Events.. Really Old Newsletters.. Miscellaneous.. IAC Event History (1985~).. Join.. How to join.. Club Guidelines.. FAQ.. 参加方法.. IACのルール.. よくある質問.. Contact.. Contact form.. 問合せ先.. Welcome! ようこそ!.. The IAC-Tokyo is an all-volunteer group of folks from the Tokyo area who enjoy outdoor activities together.. IAC(インターナショナル・アドベンチャー・クラブ)東京は関東周辺のメンバーで構成するアウトドア・サークル(ボランティア)です。.. Visitors welcome: Come check out a public event, or meet us at a General Meeting or Happy Hour.. See the Events page of the website for more details.. Objectives and Activities.. The objective of the International Adventure Club, Tokyo is to provide opportunities to explore the Japanese countryside and mountains..  ...   sailing, scuba diving, skiing, snowshoeing, tennis and more.. All activities are organized by members.. The IAC brings together those who have experience and knowledge of the outdoors with those who want to learn.. 目的とアクティビティ.. IACは日本の自然や山を探検するチャンスを提供します。IACはいろいろなタイプのアウトドア行事を企画するメンバーのボランティアによって運営 されており、共通の趣味を持つ新しい仲間と会うことができます。 IAC では、バーベキュー、キャンプ、ケイビング(洞穴探検)、サイクリング、ハイキング、アイスクライミング、カヤック、登山、マウンテンバイク、パラグライダー、パーティー、急流下り、ロッククライミング、航行、スキューバダイビング、スキー、スノーシュー、テニスなどの野外活動を楽しんでいま す。これらすべての活動はメンバー自身によって企画されています。アウトドアの知識を共に学び、その経験を共有しあえる仲間に出会えます。.. A part of the international community since 1981, IAC is the longest-running volunteer outdoor club in Japan.. 1981年開会してから、IACは日本で最も長く運営しているアウトドア・サークル(ボランティア)です。.. For those of you in western Japan, please check out our sister club, the International Outdoor Club Kansai at (西日本の方はこちらへ).. http://www.. iockansai.. com/.. For those of you in Tohoku, please check out our sister club, the Sendai Tohoku Outdoor Internationals Club (STOIC) at (東北の方はこちらへ).. meetup.. com/SendaiOutdoorClub/.. Caution!.. Internet Explorer users must use Internet Explorer version 8 or newer to view events and articles!.. Click here to download Internet Explorer 8.. ご注意!.. インターネット・エクスプローラーを使用する方へ:イベントカレンダー及びトリップレポートを見るためにインターネット・エクスプローラーバージョン8以上が必要です!インターネット・エクスプローラー8をダウンロードするには.. ここをクリックして下さい... Who's Online.. 0 Members.. 3 Guests.. Proudly powered by WordPress..

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  • Title: Event Calendar | International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo)
    Descriptive info: Click on each event for details.. 詳しくはイベント名をクリックして下さい。.. Previous events.. Next events.. View as List.. Month:.. January.. February.. March.. April.. May.. June.. July.. August.. September.. October.. November.. December.. Year:.. 2012.. 2013.. 2014.. 2015.. 2016.. 2017.. 2018.. Print View.. Month.. Week.. Day.. March 2014.. Sun.. Mon.. Tues.. Wed.. Thur.. Fri.. Sat.. 23.. 24.. 25.. 26.. 27.. 28.. Happy Hour.. February 28, 2014.. 8:30 pm.. Stand T.. Visit web site.. : Stand T.. Dear IAC Members.. We will hold IAC Happy Hour on Feb 28 Friday.. Let's gather and have fun the Friday night.. Nonmembers are also welcome to participate, so please feel free to jump in and feel the atmosphere of IAC.. You can bring friends and family, too.. Let's enjoy it together.. 今月は、2月28日金曜日にハッピーアワーを行います。.. 皆さん、ハッピーアワーを楽しみましょう!まだ、メンバーでない方も参加できますので、IACの雰囲気を感じに来てください。.. お友達やご家族も、是非ご一緒にどうぞ!.. Detail (詳細).. Name (店名):STAND T (スタンド ティー).. Tell (電話): 03-3240-6008.. Address (住所): Shin-Marunouchi Building 1F, 1-5-1 Marunouchi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.. 東京都千代田区丸の内1-5-1 新丸の内ビル1F.. Access (交通手段):277m from JR Tokyo Station.. 東京駅から277m.. IAC Members Happy Hour start time (IACのハッピーアワー):20:30~ till the last.. people come.. 20:30から最後の人が来るまで。.. Map to the location: http://r.. tabelog.. com/tokyo/A1302/A130201/13110869/.. 1.. Oku Nikko Yumoto Onsen&Snowlights XCski & SnowShoe hike.. March 1, 2014.. N/A.. Oku Nikko Yumoto Onsen.. 奥日光湯元温泉旅館協同組合 案内所.. OkuNikkoYumotoOnsen&Snowlights,XCski&SnowShoehikeMar.. 1thSat2thSun.. 奥日光湯元温泉&雪灯里,クロスカントリースキー&スノーシューハイク3月1日(土)2日(日).. 老舗旅館の会席料理と雪景色の乳白色温泉露天風呂.. nikkoyumoto.. Itinerary;.. TobuAsakusaSta.. Rapid 8:10 Meeting at last car of nearest ticket gate.. TobuNikko10:15.. transfer to bus NikkoSta.. 10:35-Sanbonmatsuchaya11:40.. 1thSat.. lunchi at SanbonmatsuChaya http://r.. gnavi.. co.. jp/91rt3je80000/.. join with car members.. after lunchi separated into SnowShoe group and XCski group to each course.. takes bus 15:40 to Yumoto,Ryokan after together from SanbonmatsuChaya with your own Retals also.. *Pick-up by SanbonmatsuChaya at Ryokan 2thSunPm.. Recommend;MarugotoNikkoTobuFreePass untill4days ex.. fromAsakusaSta.. 4,030yen *get at that day morning at TobuAsakusaSta.. http://tabi.. tobu.. jp/ticket/honsen/a02_k.. html.. accommodations; long-established ItayaRyokan,a meal of dainty and refined Japanese dishes, each served individually.. yumoto-itaya.. jp/ around12,500yen to 15,000yen *5-7participant in 1room and expense will be change on the number of people.. 16:30 to 18:00 Onsen.. 18:00~ dinner party.. 19:30~ walking in the Snowlights.. 20:00~ second party.. Total cost less20,000yen without rentals and Lunchi&drinks*pay in cash.. 1night breakfast&dinner and transportation expenses included.. Reference fee;Retals at SanbonmatsuChaya.. SnowShoe1,000yen/1day XCski2,000yen/1day.. sanbonmatsu.. com/misia/html/information/winter/ski-snow/charge.. htm.. 2th lunchi if order to Ryokan around 500yen/2rice-balls.. 2thSun breakfast8:00.. 9:30 leave,separated into SnowShoehike and XCski group.. back to ItayaRyokan around 14:00 take onsen.. Take bus Yumoto15:05 to TobuNikko 16:25.. Change to Tobu line.. TobuNikko Sta.. 16:31 to TobuAsakusaSta.. 19:05.. *Note;No convenience store in Yumoto.. Bring your own activity equipment,Map,water, sunscreen 2thLunchi and Wine,Beer,Sake,snack for second party,prepared refrigerator.. Prepare from Ryokan;cotton kimono,toothbrush, towels.. Sign-up with your full name,join SnowShoehike or XCski and cellNo.. to yumiko.. *first7persons rideing together to participant’car from west Shinjuku if you wish.. meeting time & place on later.. Note; cancellation fee possible,actual expenses.. Yumiko Ichikawa.. 2.. March 2, 2014.. 3.. 4.. 5.. 6.. 7.. 8.. Annual Election.. March 8, 2014.. 6:00 am.. Shibuya Forum 8.. Dear all IAC'ers.. Preliminary announcement for March 8: Please come to the club's annual election and general meeting at Forum 8 in Shibuya on March 8.. This is your chance to guide the future of the club, as the current committee retires after 2 years of service.. In addition, we will make plans for upcoming events, and present trip reports from past events.. This is a great forum for meeting other club members, sharing ideas, and working together on planning future events.. Non-members are also welcome, as this is a good chance to meet members and check out what the club is about.. 3月8日:Forum8にて、選挙・全体総会を開催!今回は、今のコミテイーは退任、メンバー達は新しいコミテイーを選択します。それに、メンバーたちはこれからのイベントや過去のイベントについての報告もあります。皆さん、是非参加して下さい。非メンバーの方もようこそ、是非試しに来てください。.. Time and Place.. March 8 Saturday 6pm~8pm.. Shibuya Forum 8 (for a map, click the link below).. forum-8.. jp/access/.. 日時:2014年3月8日(土).. 場所:渋谷・フォーラム8 東京都渋谷区道玄坂2丁目10−7.. 9.. 10.. 11.. 12.. 13.. 14.. 15.. Snowshoe & Crosscountry Ski @ Nabekura Kogen & Nozawa Hot Spring [★ Star].. March 15, 2014.. 8:12 am.. Tokyo Station.. Dear IAC Members:.. I am going to do an overnight trip to do snowshoe and cross country ski (XC) with my friends on the weekend of Sat, Mar 15 to Nabekura Kogen なべくら高原 in Nagano 長野.. If you are interested in, please join us! No experience of snowshoes and XC is necessary!.. Nabekkura Kogen なべくら高原is located in the area with lots of snow in Nagano prefecture, and it takes about 3 hours to get there from Tokyo by bullet and local trains.. It’s my first time to visit.. On the first day, we’ll do XC for 2-3 hours at the course around Nabekura Kogen  ...   “Yu no Hana”「湯の花号」or taxi)⇒ Nozawa Hot Spring野沢温泉.. Soaking into the hot spring and sightseeing at Nozawa Hot Spring.. Nozawa Hot Spring野沢温泉(タクシー)⇒Togari Nozawa Hot Spring Station戸狩野沢温泉駅.. 19:06~20:05 Togari Nozawa Hot Spring Station戸狩野沢温泉駅(JR Iiyama Line to NaganoJR飯山線・長野行)⇒ Nagano Station長野駅.. 20:22~22:12 Nagano Station長野駅(JR Bullet Train Asama #550JR新幹線あさま550号)⇒ 東京駅.. 【Costs】.. Total:About 30,000 yen.. The cost depends on the number of participants, the timing of the sign-up and the amount of alcohol you drink.. After receiving the advanced money, I’ll calculate the total costs and ask you to pay the remaining on the bullet train on the way back to Tokyo.. Details:.. *Round trip between Tokyo Station東京駅⇔Togari Nozawa Hot Spring Station戸狩野沢温泉駅の往復 8,190yen*2= 16,380yen (We might be able to get the tickets at around 12,880ye, if we buy in 2 weeks to 1 month prior to our departure).. *Overnight stay at Nabekura Kogen Mori no Ieなべくら高原森の家:3,000yen each for 7 people(4,000 yen for 4 people).. *XC rental on Sat, Marc 15: 1,500yen.. *Dinner course with local dishes at Resourt House Chikuma リゾートハウス千曲: 3,000 yen (This includes a hot spring charge at Akatsuki no Yu 暁の湯, but it does not include drinks.. *Snowshoe tour with a tour guide: About 3,700 yen for 7 people (Including snowshoe rental of 1,500 yen.. ).. *Round trip between Nozawa Hot Spring野沢温泉⇒ Togari Nozawa Hot Spring Station戸狩野沢温泉駅 by Taxi or public bus: About 1,000yen.. *Sunday Breakfast cooked by ourselves: About 500yen.. *Sunday lunch box for Sunday prepared by Nabekura Kogen Mori no Ieなべくら高原森の家: 600 yen.. 【What to bring】.. 1)Lunch for Saturday.. 2)Ski wear, other clothing, Sun glasses.. 3)Water proofed hiking shoes and spats(For snowshoe.. Rental snow boots with a pair of spats are available at 500 yen.. Spats rental is 300 yen.. 4)Towels and skin care products including sun screen (There won’t be no soaps, shampoo and hair dryer at many free-of-charge public baths at Nozawa Hot Spring 野沢温泉, but there will be at the paid hot spring.. 5)Drinks and snacks for the feast at the cabin on the Saturday evening.. If you are a heavy drinker, please make sure to bring a bottle of wine at least.. The kiosk at Nabekura Kogen Mori no Ieなべくら高原森の家 sells beer, wine and soft drinks.. 6)Cash to pay the remaining costs.. 【Sign up】.. Please send me the following information to Sayoko before Thursday, Feb 13.. If the space is still available, please make an advanced payment of 15,000 yen to my bank account so that I can buy the cheaper advanced bullet train tickets.. I’ll let you know the account number later by email.. 1)Your full name in English.. 2)Mobile phone number.. 3)Mailing address with a zip code(To mail you the bullet train tickets).. 4)Your shoes size in cm (to reserve XC).. 5)Your height in cm (to reserve XC).. 6)Whether you need to rent pairs of snow boots and spats.. 【Cancellation charge】.. The cancellation charge varies depending on the timing of your cancellation.. There will be a cancellation charge for the cabin starting at 2 weeks prior to our stay and we also need to pay some money to get a refund of the bullet train tickets.. I’ll return the money subtracting these cancellation fees and the bank transfer charge from the advanced payment.. 【Inquiry】.. Sayoko.. ----------------------.. IACの皆さんへ.. ちょっと先の話になりますが、3月15日(土)から1泊2日で、友人と長野県なべくら高原にスノーシューとクロスカントリースキー(クロカン)をしに行きます。ご興味がありましたら、ぜひご参加ください!スノーシューやクロカン初心者も大歓迎です♪.. なべくら高原は長野県の豪雪地帯にあり、東京から新幹線とローカル電車を乗り継いで、3時間のところにあります。私も今回初めて訪れます。.. 初日は「なべくら高原森の家」周辺のクロスカントリースキーのコースを2-3時間滑った後、近くの日帰り温泉施設「暁の湯」で入浴し、旅館で地元の食材をふんだんに使ったディナーをいただき、その後、掘りごたつ付のコテージに帰って飲み会を続けます。.. 日曜日は専任のツアーガイドと一緒にブナの木が広がる羽広山(はびろやま)を4時間ほどスノーシューで歩きます。その後、近くの野沢温泉に寄って、東京に戻るのは22時過ぎです。.. 詳細は以下の通りです。参加ご希望の方は、新幹線の前売り券を購入するためにも、2月13日(木)までにお申し込み&前金の支払をお願いします。.. スキーが苦手な方は、XCの周辺のコースをスノーシューで歩けます。.. ハイキングのレベルは★ひとつです。.. 【宿泊施設】.. なべくら高原森の家.. net/about/outline.. メール:info@nabekura.. 【温泉】.. 暁の湯 (http://www.. 野沢温泉ふるさとの湯(http://www.. html 入浴料:500円、電話:0269-85-3700).. 東京(長野新幹線最速79分)⇒長野(JR飯山線62分)⇒戸狩野沢温泉駅⇒(無料送迎15分)⇒森の家.. 【旅程】.. 3月15日(土).. 08:12~09:58 東京駅(JR新幹線あさま561号)⇒ 長野駅.. 10:16~11:13 長野駅(JR飯山線・十日町行)⇒ 戸狩野沢温泉駅.. 11:15~戸狩野沢温泉駅(無料送迎バス)⇒ なべくら高原森の家。午後はクロスカントリースキー (コースの地図:http://www.. 16:45 なべくら高原森の家(無料送迎バス)⇒ 暁の湯.. 18:00~19:30 暁の湯 (徒歩1分) ⇒リゾートハウス千曲で地元の食材をふんだんに使った夕飯.. 19:30~19:45暁の湯(無料送迎バス)⇒ なべくら高原森の家.. 19:45~ 森の家で引き続き飲み会(売店でビールやソフトドリンクを購入可).. 3月16日(日).. 07:00 起床.. 07:30~09:00 コテージで自炊の朝食.. 09:15 チェックアウト.. 09:30~15:00 専任ガイド付き羽広山ブナ美林スノーシューツアー (http://www.. なべくら高原森の家 (無料送迎バス) ⇒ 戸狩野沢温泉駅.. 戸狩野沢温泉駅 (公共バス「湯の花号」またはタクシー)⇒ 野沢温泉.. 温泉に浸り、野沢温泉観光.. 野沢温泉(タクシー)⇒戸狩野沢温泉駅.. 19:06~20:05 戸狩野沢温泉駅(JR飯山線・長野行)⇒長野駅.. 20:22~22:12 長野駅(JR新幹線あさま550号)⇒ 東京駅.. 【費用】.. 合計:約3万円.. 参加人数やお申込みいただいたタイミング、お酒を飲む量で変動します。.. お申込み時に前金をいただいた後、帰りの新幹線内で残りの代金を清算します。.. 詳細:.. 東京駅⇔戸狩野沢温泉駅の往復 8,190円*2= 16,380円 (1か月~2週間前までに買えば、12,880円ぐらいで買えるかも).. 1泊2日宿泊代:参加人数が7名の場合3,000円(4名だと4,000円).. 3月15日(土)クロカンレンタル: 1,500円.. 3月15日(土)リゾートイン千曲での夕食コース:3,000円(暁の湯入浴料を含む。飲み物は含まない。).. 3月16日(日)羽広山ブナ美林スノーシューツアー: 7人の場合3,700円(このうち1,500円はスノーシューレンタル代).. 3月16日(日)野沢温泉⇒ 戸狩野沢温泉駅 往復 公共バス&タクシー代 約1,000円(時間が合えば、公共バスを利用).. 3月16日(日)の自炊の朝食:500円.. 3月16日(日)になべくら高原森の家が用意してくれるお弁当:600円.. 【持ち物】.. 1)土曜日のランチ.. 2)スキーウェア&その他の着替え.. 3)防水のハイキングブーツ&スパッツ(スノーシューを履くときに必要。スノーブーツとスパッツのレンタル500円。スパッツのみは300円).. 4)温泉用のタオル&化粧品一式(野沢温泉にたくさんある無料の共同浴場には石鹸やシャンプー、ドライヤーはありませんが、有料の温泉にはこれらはあります).. 5)3月15日(土)の夜に森の家での宴会の際の飲み物とスナック(たくさん飲む人はワイン1本等の持参願います。森の家の売店でもビール、ワイン、清涼飲料は購入可能です。).. 【申し込み方法】.. まずは以下の情報をメールでご連絡いただき、空きがあって参加可能であれば、2月13日(木)までに新幹線のチケットを購入するための前金15,000円を私の口座にお振込みお願い致します。銀行の口座番号は追ってメールでご連絡します。.. 1)名前.. 2)携帯電話番号.. 3)住所(新幹線のチケットを郵送するため).. 4)靴のcmでのサイズ(XCのレンタル).. 5)Cmでの身長(XCのレンタル).. 6)スノーブーツやスパッツのレンタルが必要か否か.. 【キャンセル料】.. キャンセルしたタイミングにより、宿泊(2週間前から料金の20%)や新幹線の払い戻し(乗車直前まで)等でキャンセル料がかかります。前金からこれらの料金と銀行振込手数料を差し引いた額を返金します。.. 【お問い合わせ】.. さよこ.. 16.. March 16, 2014.. 17.. 18.. 19.. 20.. March 20, 2014.. 7:30 pm.. We will hold IAC Happy Hour on Mar 20 Thursday.. 今月は、3月20日木曜日にハッピーアワーを行います。.. IAC Members Happy Hour start time (IACのハッピーアワー):19:30~ till the last.. 19:30から最後の人が来るまで。.. 21.. 22.. 29.. 30.. 31.. Category Key.. General.. Subscribe by.. RSS.. Download as.. iCal.. Note.. : To view event maps correctly, Internet Explorer users must remove the word to that pops up at the beginning of the address box on the top of the page in Google Maps.. 注意.. :インターネットエクスプローラを使用する方へ:地図を正しく見るために、グーグルマップ上部の住所ボックスに最初の単語「to」を消して下さい。..

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  • Title: Event Difficulty Rating System | International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo)
    Descriptive info: The star system is a general set of guidelines where we try to classify event difficulty.. Note that this is not a professional or absolute system, and is subject to each individual organizer s perspective.. ★.. Easy Walk , family friendly, i.. e.. ,, Hanami walk, Kamakura hike, Shrine walk, Hanabi event, BBQ event, Kozu Mikan yama hike.. ★★.. Easy Hike i.. , Takao, Jimba yama, Kagenobu yama, Ooyama, Kintoki yama(Hakone), Hakone(Myojin Gatake, Myojo Gatake), Tanzawa (Ookura-One Route).. 【.. ~1000m.. 】.. ★★★.. Intermediate Hike.. Physically strenuous, but  ...   ~2000m.. ★★★★.. Advanced Hike.. Strenuous, and presenting a moderate level of danger in the case of a fall or altitude sickness.. , Summer Mt.. Fuji, Summer Kita dake, Summer Ontake, Summer Yatsugatake.. ~3000m~.. ★★★★★.. High Level Hike (Winter Mountain Climb).. Strenuous, and presenting a high level of danger, where inexperience or an accident such as a fall can result in injury or death.. , Spring Winter time Mt.. Fuji / Tateyama / Yatsugatake (Special gear needed – think waterproof jackets, aggressive crampons, ice axe, etc.. ) 【~3000m~】..

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  • Title: Event resources | International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo)
    Descriptive info: イベントのリーダーおよび参加者のためのガイド.. Guide for Event Leaders and Participants.. Avalanche Beacons..

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  • Title: Event Reports | International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo)
    Descriptive info: Members, please send us (admin at iac-tokyo.. org) a short report and some photos after each of your events, and we will post them here.. Thanks!.. みなさん、イベントに参加されましたら、イベントに関するレポートや写真をコミッティー(admin at iac-tokyo.. org)へお送り下さい。このホームページに掲載します。ご協力お願いします。.. Recent events.. Really old newsletters..

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  • Title: Recent Events | International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo) | The IAC-Tokyo is an all-volunteer group of folks from Kanto who enjoy outdoor activities together. IAC東京は関東に暮らしてる人々のためのアウトドアに楽しめる全てボランティアサークルです。
    Descriptive info: Post navigation.. Older posts.. Takamizusanzan in Okutama.. Posted on.. January 19, 2014.. by.. admin.. Leader: Stephanie.. Participants: Miho, Uta, Maciek, and six guests.. By: Stephanie.. After finding each other at Ikusabata Station, and getting ourselves ready, we started the hike at about 09:00.. Weather was clear, the sky was blue, it was a good morning for hiking.. The first section of the hike to the first peak is the steepest, which got us huffing and puffing and nicely warmed-up.. Just before the first peak, Takamizusan (759m), we made a photo and washroom stop at Joufukuin Temple.. The next peak Iwatakeishiyama (793m) offers the best views, but we didn t stay for long because it was a bit cold and windy.. We stopped for a quick lunch at Sougakusan (759m) before reaching Mitakesan at 13:00.. Miho and Uta split off to go and take a look at an art museum in the area, whilst the rest of us headed to Kabe Onsen.. Posted in.. Trip Reports.. Kamakura Alps hike.. January 12, 2014.. Leader: Jeremy.. Participants: lots of people (15 in all).. Rerported by: Maciek.. We met at Kitakamakura station at 10am with an ambitious plan of conquering Kamakura Alps.. Even though the station is very small, we managed to form two waiting groups unaware of each other s presense, but with some help of modern technology, we found each other quickly.. In total, there were about 15 people joining this event, so it was a good opportunity to catch up with old friends as well as meet new members.. The course itself is rather short, which makes it great for a relaxing walk.. The weather was perfect.. After brief greetings and introductions we set of, taking the trail that leads to Genjiyama park.. It was not as crowded as we had expected from the number of people on the Kitakamakura station itself.. With all the leaves already fallen, the scenery would have been rather gray, if it wasn t for the sun, which was shining brightly and making a contrast between empty forest and the beautiful blue sky.. The trail is full of shrines and temples and near one of them we made our first stop and enjoyed a view on the Fuji mountain, clearly visible in this weather.. Next, after a short hike we arrived at Genjiyama Park.. Its contents were the usual ones flowers, birds and a big statue.. We took a group picture in front of it (Minamoto Yoritomo, First Shogun of Kamakura Era), and headed back to the Daibutsu trail.. After a short walk we arrived at a rather peculiar spot.. A large group of people was standing in front of a dark cave and waving 10,000 yen bills in the air, some of them holding as much as 50,000.. Turns out, that if you wash any amount of money in the water from the cave, such amount will come to you in the near future.. Personally I was reclutant to submerge the 10,000 bill, so I settled for a less greedy option of 1000 yen.. The money is safe and sound (and dry) in my wallet now, and the electricity bill, which I received this week was about 1000 yen lower than I anticipated, so I already got the second part of the deal as well.. There was also a really interesting architectural composition near that Temple.. A tree growing through a roof of one of the small shops.. After we finished drying our money, we started a slow descent towards Daibutsu.. The slopes at some places were steeper than expected, giving the impression of real mountain trails.. Fortunately, those who felt tired from the descent, had an opportunity to take a rest and relax on the sunlight in Itsuki Garden a forest cafe, in which we stopped for a hot drink.. Not long after leaving the cafe, we arrived at Daibutsu and parted our ways there.. Holiday Party.. December 14, 2013.. Leader: Sayako.. Participants: 25.. General Meeting in Shibuya.. November 16, 2013.. Presentation by: Mark.. Participants: 16.. Mark gave us a slide show about his recent adventures trekking across Scotland together with other members.. So there we were, deep in the midst of our intrepid adventure in this beautiful mountainous land called Scotland, compass in one hand, 1:25,0000 map in the other.. The fresh cool air breeze of the mountains blowing gently through our hair as we trekked through the knee high purple coloured heather towards our destination.. It was a glorious day to hike but things would change by the time we reached the top.. The Scottish Highlands and Islands is a magnificent canvas, forever changing with the seasons and the weather of the moment.. Today was no different.. The Scottish mist moved in as we moved up.. Our mountain path began to disappear and we became more reliant on the compass.. Our boots moving out of this soggy wet bogland to negotiate a land strewn with the rocky remnants of a former ice age.. Now we needed to shift into Gortex gear and negotiate a steeper ascent.. Breaths became shorter, muscles pumped and delivered gripping steps onto the rocky terrain as the wetness of this drizzling mist ran down our faces.. The mist reduced our vision like a thick fog.. The silence of our surroundings a reminder of this barren and remote land.. As we reached the ridge above, a figure stood eerily in the distant mist.. It was not human it was not a familiar shape.. Whatever it was, it seemed to be guarding the ridge and unafraid of any impending threat we posed.. We were faced with a 1,000 foot drop on either side, the depths of which were lost in the mist, and this ferocious beastly silhouette in front of us.. Suddenly, the beast started to move towards us with a low snarling growl that make the hairs on the back of our heads stand up.. We backed off slowly, our hearts pumping with a mixture of fear and adrenalin.. As if in slow motion, this mysterious and enormous beast began to charge.. We were trapped.. I fell backwards.. Takao-zan to Sagami Lake hike.. Participants: lots of people (21 in all).. Rerported by: Jeremy.. We met at Keio Takaosan-guchi station at 9am, though some folks were delayed due to an accident on the Chuo-line train, so we finally began walking at about 9:30.. The trailhead was terribly crowded, as is always the case on Takao-san during good weather (it was sunny and not too hot).. To keep track of everyone, we split into 4 groups, with Tim leading one group, Loric a group of folks from Tokyo Tech, and Takako and Mika leading the experienced IAC gal’s troupe (these gals were faster than everyone else).. We walked the paved tourist route up to the top of the cableway, where the crowds became bad, so we detoured around on a nature trail from there.. Before detouring, though, we had some nice sweet miso yaki-mochi! We could see much of the Kanto plane, including Shinjuku and Yokohama, though the haze was too thick to see the Skytree this time.. The autumn colors through the hike were great as well, and are one of the reasons the mountain is so crowded this season.. After bringing all four groups back together on the summit, we headed down and then back up the ridge to Shiro-yama.. On the way, there were some nice views of Fuji-san, though the views were somewhat washed-out, with a snow-covered mountain in front of a cloudy backdrop.. Atop Shiro-yama (meaning Castle Mountain, not White Mountain) we had lunch, some folks buying mushroom soup at the shop up there.. I bought some delicious Amazake and ate onigiri bento I had bought in town earlier.. About 2pm, we headed down through the forest on the Kanagawa-ken side of the mountain, to the Sagami River.. We crossed the river on a great suspension bridge (pedestrians only) likely dating from the bubble era, passed a shrine, then walked up to Sagami dam, and crossed back to Sagamiko station on the Chuo-line.. We had just missed a train so had to wait half an hour for the next one, and in the meantime, per tradition, bought soft-serve ice cream at the shop next to the station.. By the time we were on our way back to Tokyo, it was too late to go to the onsen in Hachioji that we had planned to go to, so we aimed straight for Shibuya and the IAC general meeting.. Farming Experience in Hayama.. November 3, 2013.. Leader: Rikki.. Participants: リッキーさんファミリー, はなこさん、みほさん、チサトさん、サヤカさん、綱島ファミリー、べんさん、佐々木さん、あやびちゃん、なおこ.. Reported by: なおこ.. かつてIACで会長もされていて、.. 16年間在籍されているリッキーサンこと、伊藤さんとお仲間が、神奈川県葉山町で市民参加型農園の運営を始めるということで、.. 今は原っぱ、.. 雑草が茫々に生えている土地の草取りボランティアをしました。.. いわゆる、農地の開墾というやつです。.. まったく、初めての体験だったので、現地で説明を聞くまでは、.. 家庭菜園の延長線みたいなものかな?.. みたいなイメージで行ったら、めちゃくちゃ敷地が広くて、.. 本格的でした。。。。600坪以上らしいです。。。。その日は、.. 土地のごく一部の草刈り、雑草取りです。10時頃、.. 全員でドーナッツ型になるように、..  ...   us.. Around us the grass which has turned yellow contrasted with the green Sasa and the cloudless sky.. Tanigawa-dake on the other side of the valley was showing its imposing East face, a giant wall of rock towering some 1,200m above the bottom of the valley.. While the other surrounding mountains all had nice things to show, Tanigawa is really the king of the area.. We kept hiking up to Asahi-dake, which was hidden by an intermediate summit.. From there we could see the whole profile of the mountain, all what we still had left to hike and still no cloud in the sky.. After Asahi-dake the East side of the mountain is rather flat compared to the insanely steep slopes of the peaks around Tanigawa-dake.. A good number of ponds were visible from the trail and for a while it gave the impression to be in a totally different place.. Another 2 hours in terms of map time and we got to Shimizu pass through a bushes of various colors.. The Koyo was already quite past its prime there and seen from close the leaves were not impressive, on the other hand the Akamono had their berries bright red and offered a nice contrast with the rest of the scenary.. From Shimizu pass the wind suddenly got extremely strong, the carpet of Sasa was waving under the wind and progression was made harder.. At numerous times I found it hard to breathe and had to turn my head on the side to get some air, a few pictures were blurred because my arm moved under the influence of the wind.. Two or three times my foot landed quite far from the intended position due to sudden burst of wind.. Although I had nothing to measure wind speed I bet it was much higher than the 8 m/s they were talking about on the weather forecast.. This strong wind kept blowing until we passed Ichinokura, that is 5:25 hours (map time).. From Shimizu-pass the orientation towards the sun made Tanigawa less prominent and the lower Daigenta-san (1598m) became the star of the moment until it disappeared from sight.. This sharp rocky peak only 1 hour away from Nanakoya summit is called the Joetsu Matterhorn as its shape reminds of the Alpine summit.. The trail to Shigekura has a few ups-and-downs and it suddenly got cloudy with clouds blocking the view and disappearing later in succession.. The summit was not visible until the end and the wind was getting even stronger to make the effort more intense.. On the way the view towards the 堅炭 ridge was impressive even if the light was poor.. The slope there seems almost vertical and it is no wonder the trail on this ridge is recommended only for experienced hikers.. From Shigekura the trail becomes more rocky and a few ups-and-downs later we reach the Oki no mimi (1977m), the highest of the two Tanigawa-dake peaks.. Toma no mimi (1963m), the South peak is located 10-minutes away.. Both summits were crowded with tourists (judgement based on the various kinds of inappropriate shoes worn by those people) who were cheering each time the clouds dissipated to open the view to the West towards Naeba-san.. At this time most of the clouds South of the ridge towards Mantaro-san were blocked and stayed South while a small part was passing the ridge only to re-evaporate a few hundred meters later.. This made like a giant wave ebbing on a shore, kind of the end of the see of clouds.. The downhill part towards the ropeway station was particulary boring, it was very crowded most with people hiking down.. The slope is very steep and the trail entirely made of hard rocks, a good number of ropes and chains are also present but nothing dangerous here.. It s just painful to go downhill on such terrain after 10 hours of fast-pace hike and some 2,800m of accumulated vertical climb.. The lift costs 1,200y one way, even for the way down.. A negative side effect of giving a mountain the 百名山 label.. Overall it was a wonderful hike, demanding physically but highly rewarding.. In the end the hardest part of the day was to keep from dozing off in the train and missing the train changes.. Here are the stats of the day (still don t understand why it s slightly different between the software and wikiloc):.. Total map time: 16:10 + 0:20 for the round trip to the water point = 16:30.. Actual duration of the hike: 11:20 (map time * 69%).. Stopped time: 4:07.. Total distance: 21.. 5 km.. Accumulation uphill climb: 2,816m.. More picture here: https://www.. dropbox.. com/sh/dezq54i16f2m8mg/1kXpo0LiKp#/.. wikiloc.. com/wikiloc/view.. do?id=5441019.. IAC Autumn Camp.. October 12, 2013.. DAY1: BBQ Banter The Firefight.. Reported by: Mark.. Nineteen was the average age of the combat soldier in Vietnam and the number of troops at this year s BBQ.. Unlike Vietnam though, all the firepower we needed was provided by a female mercenary, known simply as Soldier S.. But don t be deceived by the name though, Soldier S was a lean, mean, fighting machine who provided plenty of firepower for the operation.. Wasn t long before she starting stacking bodies up ready to go on the grill.. The only fire support she needed came from the platoon flamethrower, Soldier K, a Rambo-inspired hulk who ripped his shirt off when the she turned up the heat.. A master of the knife and a releaser of gas from his bombe, Soldier K came storming in, slashing through the vegetation like a shaved pussycat on amphetamines.. His entrance a lasting impression on the troops.. The troops, his last impression.. The light was fading fast.. As the enemy approached, flares were fired off to light up the area.. The noise was phenomenal.. Like Kentucky cackling chickens drunk on pearly moonshine and desperately searching for their heads.. By nightfall, the sentries were stood to and a patrol out on the perimeter to give advance warning of any approaching sentries.. One small determined enemy guard managed to get through but was beaten back by the flamethrower.. Any occupational threat was now subdued.. In the aftermath, shell casings lay scattered on the ground, bodies charred upon the grill, smoke rising from ground fires and the Platoon Commander, Lieutenant J, keen to celebrate the successful occupation of the bunker, popped off a vintage mortar round.. By morning, the ice was melting, as the platoon sat and had breakfast, camaraderie and sarcasm once again rife.. It had been an eventful evening and a very successful one.. An incredible show of force by a group of individuals dedicated to protecting their President.. When the last scraps of bread were toasted and the coffee roasted, the troops, secure in the knowledge their President was safe, immediately withdrew from the area and tabbed across country into the mountains on another training mission.. Until next year semper fi!.. DAY2: Hike to Mitake-san.. Leader:Jeremy.. Participants: Masumi, Miho, Hanako, Syoko, Taka, Mark, Keisuke, Nao.. Repoted by: Nao.. Sunny and warm, it was a nice day for hiking.. We enjoyed BBQ very much the day before and some members were hung-over in the morning.. But the steep ascent to Mt.. Mitake sobered us up soon.. We got fresh air in the mountain and admired the beauty of the flowers, white Shino-giku, yellow Akino-kirinso, etc.. Especially Mark was tough and showed splendid camera work during the hiking.. (Watch the photos).. On the top, we found a great restaurant and had oshiruko, amazake, soba and so on.. After satisfied with nice view including Skytree, Shinjuku buildings from the shrine there, we started to descend.. We enjoyed chattering while walking and sometimes birds were heard singing, great tits (Shijukara), crows (Karasu) and Mark (?).. In the evening, we arrived at Okutama and soaked in the hot spring.. DAY2: Tennis.. 秩父・武甲山の登山で得た10の教訓.. September 22, 2013.. 企画者: さよこ.. 参加者:はるこ、さとし、なお、はなこ、まきこ、Indy.. 10年ぶりにIACに復活し、初めてのハイキングとして、秩父の武甲山(標高1,304m)を登りました。以前は4時間程度の★ひとつの簡単なハイキングばかり企画していました。しかし、今回は標高差1,100メートル、歩行時間6時間15分の★が2.. 5ぐらいと、自分にはちょっとchallengingなハイキングを敢行し、さまざまな教訓を得ることができました。.. 朝8時。西武池袋駅に着くなり、特急券が売り切れ間近であると駅員さんが叫んでいたので、すぐさま皆の分の特急券も買いました。前回、特急を利用した時は席がガラガラだったので、今回も大丈夫だろうと高を括っていましたが、連休でほぼ満席状態です。.. 教訓① 連休の時は特急券を事前にネットで予約しましょう。.. 待ち合わせの浦山口駅には予定通り到着し、なおさんとも合流して、いざ出発!と思いきや、なかなか登山ルートが見つかりません。結局、ぐるりと大回りして、1時間弱ロスし、やっとのことで登り口に着きました。地図を頼りにしていましたが、駅前で水を汲むのに気を取られ、その後ろの標識を見逃していたのが、そもそもの過ちでした。.. 教訓② 標識は見逃さないよう、注意しながら歩きましょう。.. 登山を開始すると、あっという間に、なおさん、はなこさん、まきこさんの健脚なウサギさんグループと普段運動を全くしていない私とはるこ、さとしのカメさんグループとの間で大きな差が生まれました。そこで速足のウサギさんグループにはさっさと行ってもらうことにし、最後の温泉で落ち合うことにしました。.. これは後々にとても良い決断だったと思います。というのも、カメさんグループはあまりにもちんたら歩いていたので、予想していた通り、下山する頃には真っ暗闇となり、ヘッドライトなしでは歩けませんでした。しかしウサギさんグループのメンバーの中にはライトを持っていない人がいたので、一緒にいたら大変なことになっていたでしょう。またカメさんを待つ間にウサギさんが体を冷やして体調を崩す心配もありました。.. 教訓③ 歩くペースに応じて、グループで分かれて歩きましょう。.. また皆がちゃんと地図を持ってきたことも、こうしたグループ分けを可能にしました。時々、地図も持たずに参加する人がいますが、私はそういう人とのハイキングはご遠慮したいと思っています。私はプロのツアーガイドではないので、あたかもハトバスツアーに参加するかの如くに頼られて来られると、こちらとしても重荷にしか思えないのです。それでなくても、私はハイキングの途中で”迷走”するので、他のメンバーにもちゃんとルートが正しいか、一緒に地図で確認していただきたいのです。.. また「外国人なので日本語が読めない」とか、「初心者だから」という理由で、地図を読もうとさえしない人がいます。そういう人は、モンベルなどのアウトドアーショップが有料のツアーを組んでいるので、そうしたプロのガイドが同行するハイキングを個人的にはお薦めしたいと思います。.. かつてIACには日本語が話せない外国人のメンバーがたくさんいましたが、登山の経験が豊富だったので、漢字が読めなくても、登山地図は読めました。初心者にとっては、練習あるのみです。読図の本もいろいろと出ています。私自身も今まで使う状況に陥ったことがなかったコンパスを、ちゃんと使えるよう勉強する必要があると実感しました。.. 教訓④ IACでは自己責任が基本です。他の人に頼らず、登山地図は必ず持参しましょう。.. 頂上に向かう途中、一匹の蜂かアブみたいなものに襲われました。大きさも2-3㎝あり、執拗に私の周りを飛び回り、くっついて来ます。ものすごい羽根の音なので、その音がずっと耳に残り、恐怖心がいっそう高まって、キャーキャー悲鳴を上げながら逃げ回りました。.. 後で家に帰ってあの正体が何だったのかが気になり、ネットで調べてみたところ、どうやら針を持たないクマンバチ(熊蜂)の雄だったようです。そういえば、小さい頃、家の近所でよく見かけたっけ。Wikipediaによると、「オスはメスに限らず飛翔中の他の昆虫や鳥類等、近づくもの全てを追跡し、メスであるか否かを確認する習性がある」とのこと。刺される心配がないのはいいけれど、蜂さんにはもう少し早く私が女性であることに気付いてもらいたかったなぁ。.. 教訓⑤ クマンバチの雄に執拗に追いかけられないためにも、もっと女子力を磨く!?.. やっとのことで頂上に着いた頃には午後4時を過ぎていました。他に中年の男性と高校生ぐらいの男の子が一人で登ってきていました。また神社の近くには1匹の鹿が突如現れ、悠然と立ち構えて、まるで『もののけ姫』の映画のようでした。.. そして間もなくして、私たちは森の漆黒の闇に包まれていきました。幸いにもカメさんチームは皆、ライトを持っていたので無理なく歩けましたが、ライトがなかったらかなり厳しかったと思います。その際は、頂上の避難小屋で一泊するか、上る途中で引き返していたでしょう。.. 先日、キャンプに行ったとき、友人が持っていたヘッドライトがとても明るく、私が10年前に買ったライトがあまりにも暗かったので、Amazonでヘッドライトを新調しました。2,140円で買った120ルーメンのGENTOS(ジェントス)の ヘッドウォーズは本当にお薦めです!ライトの角度が変えられるので、足元を明るく照らすことができました。また友人が手で持つペンタイプのライトを持っていましたが、これはお薦めしません。友人も「失敗した!」と言っていましたが、これだとトレッキング・ポールを両手で持てないし、転んだ時に手がつけず、岩場や鎖場を上り下りできません。.. 教訓⑥ ハイキングには必ずヘッドライトを持っていきましょう。.. 下山口に着いたのは夜6時半ごろ。これから横瀬駅まで長い車道が続きます。心配症の私は、「クマに遭遇したらどうしよう!」と不安になりました。愛犬Indyが鈴を付けていましたが、清流の音で全く聞こえません。熊ベルを持ってこなかったことを後悔しながら、少しでもクマを遠ざけ、自らもリラックスするために、「森のクマさん」を歌って、不安を解消することにしました。.. 教訓⑦ クマ除けのベルを必ず携帯しましょう。.. すると暗闇の中に2筋の光が!車です!その希望の光に向けて、私たちは大きく手を振りました。軽トラックが私たちに近づくと、おじさんが窓からひょっこりと顔を出し、「ハイキングかい?がんばっているねぇ」と声を掛けてきました。.. 「おじさんは今からどこに行くんですか?」.. 「猟犬の訓練だ。犬は夜行性だから」.. 「この辺はクマが出るんですかねぇ」.. 「ああ、出るよ」.. そう言って、軽トラックのおじさんは再び闇の中に消えて行きました。.. 「なーんだ、駅まで乗っけて行ってもらえないかと期待したのに。でも今からお仕事じゃ仕方ないわね」と、半ば残念な気持ちで私たちは再び歩き始めました。そして数十分。後ろからまたあの軽トラックのおじさんがやって来ました。.. 「駅まで乗っていくかい?」.. わーい\(^o^)/超ラッキー♪.. 暗闇に突如再び現れた救世主に私たちは深くお礼を言って、後ろの荷台に乗せてもらいました。おじさんはクマを心配する私たちを哀れに思ってくれたのかもしれません。風を切りながら、車は山の中の車道を経て、セメント工場が並ぶ大通りに出ました。地図では下山口から駅まで1時間半とありましたが、2時間以上の距離に思えました。.. 横瀬駅に着いたのは夜7時。本当は近くの武甲温泉に寄る予定でしたが、普段運動を全くしていない人間が8時間も歩いたので、私たちにはその気力がもうなく、さっさと帰路に就くことに。おじさんの車に遭遇していなければ、いったい駅にはいつ着いていたことやら。.. 初っ端に1時間のロスをしたとはいえ、私たちのような運動不足の人間が6時間のハイキングをする場合は、2時間をプラスして計画を立て、夕方4時に終わるよう、もっと早く出発する必要があるのでしょう。.. 教訓⑧ 長距離のハイキングのスタート時刻は早めに設定しましょう。.. 結局、私はかつて南八ヶ岳で負った傷がぶり返し、左足の膝が腱鞘炎になって、池袋駅を着くころには激痛で歩けなくなり、池袋駅から都立大学の家までタクるという痛~い出費となりました。しかし、ヘッドライトを使った夜間のハイキングなど、貴重な体験をすることが出来ました。.. 私のように体力がない人にとって、トレッキング・ポールは必須です。上りもさることながら、下りでも相当の威力を発揮し、特に膝への負担がかなり軽減します。かつては1万円以上したポールも、最近ではAmazonでVAXPOT(バックスポット)の トレッキング・ポールが2本1組で、たったの2,977円、しかも送料込みで売られているので、持っていなければ、ご購入をお薦めします。.. 教訓⑨ 体力がない人がハードな登山をする際は、トレッキング・ポールは必須です。.. 今回の標高差1,100m、歩行距離12-13kmのハイキングは、高山病とは無縁でしたが、富士登山の富士宮ルートの五合目から頂上まで往復する際の標高差1,376m、歩行距離約10キロとあまり変わりません。しかし富士登山をしようとしたら、もっと体力を付けてから臨んだことでしょう。.. 教訓➉ 日頃からもっと運動をして、体力をつけましょう。.. 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  • Title: IAC Event History (1985~) | International Adventure Club Tokyo (IAC-Tokyo)
    Descriptive info: Message from IAC Committee:.. We would like to share the past IAC event history with all of you! (The following data is extracted from the old newsletters.. ) (by Revival Project 2012 IAC Committee).. 1985.. Autumn:.. -Kinugawa-Teshirozawa hike+onsen.. -Mt.. Zao(1810m), Gaga Onsen, Katta-dake (Tohoku).. -Kumotori-yama, Chichibu.. Dec.. :.. -Badminton @ Yoyogi.. -Mountain Skiing Chapters combined meeting @ A member’s house.. -Swimming @ Ikebukuro.. -Christmas Party @ Bunkyo Kumin Center.. -Happo-One Skiing @ Nagano.. -Tsugaike Skiing (Lodge owned by Aoyama-Gakuin Uni.. 1986.. Jan.. Nantai Climbing @ Nikko.. -Cycling in the Metropolis @ Tokyo.. -Hakone Hiking @ Kanagawa.. -Naeba Skiing @ Niigata.. -Kusatsu Ski Trip @ Gumma.. Feb.. -Skating Skiing @ Akagi.. -Mountain Climbing.. -Cross-Country Skiing.. -Akakura, Myoko Kogen Skiing @ Niigata.. -All Night Skating @ Fujikyu Highland.. - Mountain Climbing at lower slopes of Kita-dake.. -Tokyo Bay  ...   Year).. 1987.. -Kamikochi / Hodaka (North Alps) Winter Mountaineering.. -Winter Wanderings.. -Bowling @ Korakuen.. -Indoor Sports.. -New Year Party at China Town @ Yokohama.. -Skiing at Happo-One @ Nagano (New Year).. -All night skating @ Fujikyu Highland.. -Ice-Climbing @ Ome.. -Valentine Onsen Hiking Trip.. -Disco Night.. -Movie Evening.. -Mystery Tour.. -Trip to Shiozawa @ Niigata.. -Skiing at Akakura @ Niigata.. -Skiing, Cross-country, Mountain skiing @ Nikkko.. -Hiking @ Tanzawa.. -Skiing @ Zao, Yamagata.. -Nasu Hike @ Tochigi.. -Kuroiso Hike @ Tochigi.. -Hike stay at Nabewari-sanso @ Tanzawa.. -Rock-climb at Hatonosu @ Okutama.. -Rock Climbing.. -Ski Trip.. 1988.. -Takao New Year Hiking.. -“Edo-Meiji Village” @ Sakura.. -Tanzawa New Year Hiking.. -Ice-Skating @ Chichibu.. -Ski trip @ Akakura / Shiga.. -Onsen Trip.. -Snow Hiking @ Nikko.. -All night skating @ Fujikyu.. -Skiing Ice-skating event.. -Iiyama Ski Trip @ Nagano..

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