Enjoy Nordic walking! 1

Why not enjoy Nordic walking originating from Finland in Scandinavia in the lush nature of metsä. Peace of mind for both beginners and women, lectures by female teachers. If you do not have a pole, you can borrow it (charged), so please apply at the reception site.

What is Nordic Walking?
How to walk and how to use pole

■ The reception siteFrom here
*If applying on the day, please contact the receptionist instructor.

■Instructor profile
Atsuko Arai: We are familiar with sports such as mountain climbing, golf, horse riding including tennis from school days. After graduating from university, engaged in IB work at a financial institution. After that, he reminded himself of the importance of the connection between the mind and body and the time to face the body, and was engaged in various exercise instruction. Currently, he teaches Nordic walking, Pilates, and martial arts exercises. Japanese teacher.

Event Dates Saturday, September 2020, 9 Saturday, October 19th Saturday, November 10st Saturday, December 10th
Time 11: 00 ~ 12: 30
Place Meeting place: in front of metsä village information
*The meeting place has changed.
Entry fee 1,000 yen (tax included) (Pole lending is +500 yen)
"Let's enjoy Nordic walking!" Participation fee is not subject to free parking.
Remarks Sponsor: NPO Japan Nordic Walking Association
If the event is canceled, the organizer will contact you the evening before the event.

Attention point

Both beginners and women can participate with confidence

Female instructors will carefully tell you, so even beginners can feel free to participate.
There is also a pole rental (for a fee).

Perfect for fitness, healthy life and sport

It is a lightweight and effective fitness walking.
Stretch firmly at the beginning and end.

Let's feel the four seasons around Lake Miyazawa

The route to walk around Miyazawako can enjoy the change of the four seasons.

We will start accepting from 15 minutes ago

There is no changing room, so please use a nearby toilet. Paid coin lockers are located next to the Craft Bibliotec building.

Business hours

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Moominvalley Park


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metsä village


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Parking Lot


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*To prevent the spread of new coronavirus infection, we are operating with reduced business hours.