Tsukuba Scenic Railway Co., Ltd. “Storyteller’s Railway” ~ 8-minute Reading Rose Train ~ “Rose Art Train” and “Story Reading by Voice Actors” >

Tsukuba Tourist Railway Co., Ltd.
[Tsukuba Scenic Railway Co., Ltd.] “Storyteller’s Railway” ~ 8-minute Reading Rose Train ~ “Rose Art Train” and “Story Reading by Voice Actors” – October 13, 2022 (Thursday) to November 10, 2022 Sun (Thurs–
The cable car heading to the summit of Mt. Nantai transforms into a small theater for a limited time. Tsukuba Scenic Railway also issues limited-time tickets for the first time

The Tsukuba Mountain Cable Car operated by Tsukuba Kanko Railway (Headquarters: Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture, President: Takeshi Miwa) will hold an autumn event train ” “Storyteller’s Railway” ~8 minutes reading rose train~ will be held.

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Art Flower Bouquet Railway “Rose Art Train” that Colors Japan’s 100 Famous Mountains “Mt. Tsukuba”
Mt. Tsukuba, which has two peaks, Mt. Nantai and Mt. Nyotai, is the lowest altitude among the 100 famous mountains in Japan. In addition, since ancient times, the entire mountain has been worshiped as an object of worship, making it a famous mountain that is also popular as a power spot.
Among them, a cable car that connects Mt. Tsukubasan Shrine, which is said to have multiple power spots, on the slopes of Mt. Tsukuba to the summit of Mt. The interior of the train will be decorated with art flowers, starting from the prefectural flower of Ibaraki Prefecture, which is the prefectural flower of Ibaraki Prefecture, which has remained in the name of “Ibaraki” from the legend that “thorns strengthened the defense of the castle” and eventually became the prefecture name. In addition, the signboard “head mark”, which is the face of the train, will also use a limited-time design that matches the event, creating an “autumn Mt. Tsukuba” where you can enjoy autumn for sightseeing, autumn for art, and autumn for reading.
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※Mt.Tsukuba Summit
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* Exterior view of “Rose Art Train” running on Mt. Tsukuba

“Train turns into a small theater.” Voice actors and theater company members read folktales from Tsukuba and Ibaraki.
We will read folk tales or other stories from the surrounding area to you. While the theme is based on past stories,
The content has been newly arranged for this event, making it accessible to everyone. Please enjoy the “8-minute reading train” where you can enjoy autumn reading on the train heading to the summit. [Image 4

[Venue] Inside the Mt. Tsukubasan cable car
[Fare] Basic fare Adult: 590 yen for one way, 1,070 yen for round trip / Children: 300 yen for one way, 540 yen for round trip
[Date and time] Trains from 11:00 to 14:00 every Saturday, Sunday and public holidays during the event period
      Conducted in “Momiji” out of the two trains “Momiji” and “Wakaba” [Operating hours] October weekdays (first train) 9:20 (last train) 16:40/Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (first train) 9:00 (last train) 17:20
November ・Weekdays (first train) 9:00 (last train) 16:40/Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays (first train) 8:40 (last train) 17:00
[Planning Produce] Office Migot Co., Ltd. (Japan Akari Hiroshi) [Illustration design] Nanairo clothing store
[Flower Arrangement] Nishimoto Sangyo Co., Ltd.
[Reading] Gekidan Himawari, Ken Production, etc.
*Events are subject to change without notice.
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Designed the rose art train and reading experience
You can see the head mark for a limited time.
The Tsukuba Tourist Railway will be the first to issue a limited-time ticket. There is also a winning ticket for one group per day. In conjunction with this event train, we will issue tickets with new designs based on the legends and names of power spots on Mt. Tsukuba. Among the limited-time tickets, a winning ticket will be issued with a probability of about 1 person per day.
[Perfect ticket design]
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[Main visual]
The main visual of this event and a head mark for a limited time It can also be used as a train signboard. At the same time, this illustration is printed on the front of the ticket.
Go out and win if you have three serial numbers.

[General/Limited time ticket]
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[Benkei Seven Return]
Benkei was hesitant to pass under it, and went back and forth seven times. It is one of the oddly shaped rocks on Mt. Tsukuba that is so balanced that the more you repeat it, the rocks above your head are about to fall.

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[Cattail oil]
An ointment that was used as a wound medicine in the Edo period. Later, it will be sold as a souvenir as a specialty of Mt. Tsukuba. became.

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[Taro Shippei]
All over the country that the dog’s tail will get rid of the monsters that do bad things
It is a folktale that has been handed down in the Tsukuba area. of Ibaraki It remains in books that collect folk tales.

[Date and time] During the event period
[Planning Produce] Office Migot Co., Ltd. (Japan Akari Hiroshi) [Illustration design] Nanairo clothing store
Event overview
Event Mt. Tsukuba Autumn Event Train “Storyteller’s Railway”          ~8 minutes reading rose train~
Organizer: Tsukuba Tourist Railway Co., Ltd.
Planning Produce Office Migot Co., Ltd. (Japan Akari Hiroshi) Date: October 13th (Thursday) to November 10th (Thursday), 2022          ※Flights may be canceled due to stormy weather.
Time: In-car reading by voice actors and stage actors
Trains from 11:00 to 14:00 on weekends and holidays during the event period          Conducted in “Momiji” out of the two trains “Momiji” and “Wakaba” Venue: Inside the Tsukuba Tourist Railway cable car
Tsukubasan Cable Car between Sanroku Station (Miyawaki Station) and Summit Station (Tsukuba Sancho Station)
About Tsukuba Scenic Railway
1. Name: Tsukuba Tourist Railway Co., Ltd.
2. Location: 1 Tsukuba, Tsukuba City, Ibaraki Prefecture 300-4352 3. Operating hours (October) Weekdays (first train) 9:20 (last train) 16:40 / Weekends and holidays (first train) 9:00 (last train) 17:20 (November) Weekdays (first train) 9:00 (last train) 16:40 / Weekends and holidays (first train) 8:40 (last train) 17:00 (October-November) 4. Transportation fare: Adults: 590 yen one-way, 1,070 yen round-trip Children: 300 yen one way, 540 yen round trip
*Events are subject to change without notice

Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000003.000108976.html


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