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Well-wishers look on as rowers embark for the race taking place at the same venue where the rowing competition was held at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics.
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PR poster designed by Tetsuo OshiroPoster for the race.

京都大学ボート部OBの尾城徹雄様に作成したポスター。大学内や大津市石山商店街などで張り出された。
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Being my first regatta, I was at first daunted by the rowing terminology for the different types of boats.
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Finish line end of the 2000-meter Toda Boat Course.
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Carrying back a single sculling boat
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Karahashi Bridge as the starting point for alumni races
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End of the Toda Boat Course, near the 2000-meter finish line.
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The place was not as crowded as you would think.
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Housing for visiting rowing teams whose school flags are displayed.
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Rowing team from Nagahama
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Kyoto Univ. in dark blue T-shirts
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Boat landing near finish line.
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Hosei Univ. cheering section on the first day (Aug. 24, 2006) of the 33rd All-Japan Intercollegiate Rowing Championships.
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Azaleas in full bloom along the lake edge
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Finish line 300 meters later
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第33回全日本大学選手権大会・第46回オックスフォード盾レガッタ
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Four-man boat race. There were also foreign rowers from international schools.
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Tokyo Univ. (Todai) crew return to land after a race
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Numerous college and corporate rowing clubs have dormitories along the boat course.
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Cheering section for Nagahama
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Poster for Tokyo Marathon 2007 held on a cold, rainy day on Feb. 18, 2007.
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Notice board for the race schedule and results.
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Four-man race with the cox at the stern
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Entrance road to JRA (Japan Racing Association) Ritto Training Center. MAP
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View from the spectator stand, near the finish line.
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Near the 35 km mark: Time car and police car proceed ahead of the marathon leader near the Kabuki-za in Ginza.
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The 6th annual Lake Biwa Kaitsuburi (Little Grebe) Regatta was held on Sept. 16, 2007. This regatta is mainly for ordinary people of all ages wanting to row. Lake Biwa Rowing Course (Biwako Sotei-jo) in Otsu, Shiga. 滋賀県立琵琶湖漕艇場
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Starting line. The man says "Yoi" (Ready) then "Go."「用意」、次いで「ゴー」
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Kachidoki (Victory) Bridge with race horse motif.
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Univ. of Tokyo alumni crew in light blue T-shirts
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Rowers reach the finish line after 2,000 meters.
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Police motorcycles escort Daniel Njenga, the marathon leader since 25 km (well before Asakusa).
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The regatta started at 9 am, and ended at about 4 pm. Omi-Ohashi Bridge in the background.
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Four-man race starts with the cox at the front.
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Bridge sidewalk.
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Kyoto Univ. alumni crew in dark blue T-shirts
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The surroundings are not very scenic, and the water is not so clean.
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Daniel Njenga, a 30-year-old Kenyan who went on to win the race at 2 hr. 9 min. 45 sec. He has lived in Japan for 15 years, and speaks Japanese well. ダニエル・ジェンガ
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The regatta was set for 300 meters. It was a hot, summer day.
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Off they go
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Kachidoki Bridge
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Kyoto Univ. alumni crew at start line
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Kyoto Univ.
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TV crew
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"Lake Biwa Rowing Song" was played all day long over the PA system.
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Close-up of rowers at Asahi Regatta
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Map of Ritto Training Center. Horse stables dominate the area.
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On Karahashi Bridge
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Kyoto Univ.
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Far behind Daniel are these two leading Japanese runners.
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Finish line.
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Cheering section
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Welcome to the JRA office, where the free 90 min. (1 pm - 2:30 pm) tour starts. (Reservations by phone required.)
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Race starts for Kyoto Univ. alumni
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Preliminary heats were held on the first day.
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#32 is Irifune Satoshi, age 31, and #34 Sato Tomoyuki, age 26 入船敏と佐藤智之 東京マラソン
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High school spectators near the finish line
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24-hour strict security in place. Since 1969, the government-run Japan Racing Association (JRA) has trained jockeys and race horses in Ritto. It offers free tours of this large, impressive facility on Sunday afternoons and early Wednesday mornings.
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Kyoto Univ. alumni
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Coach with megaphone
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Irifune Satoshi and Sato Tomoyuki vie for 2nd place. (Sato succeeded.) 入船敏と佐藤智之(2位) 東京マラソン
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The main boat type used was the "knuckle four," a boat developed in Japan for stability rather than speed. Good for beginners.
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Kyoto University's cheering section for the 8-man raceComplete with cheerleaders.
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Starting gate training ground.
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Kyoto Univ. starts to veer off course
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Kyoto Univ.
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Tokumoto Kazuyoshi, of Hakone Ekiden fame. He was running 2nd at 25 km, but finished 5th in his first full marathon. 徳本一善(5位) 東京マラソン
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Eight-man race
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Starting gates. The left gate has the largest width for beginner horses until they can get used to the narrow gates on the right. Some horses refuse to leave the gate.
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Kyoto Univ. is unable to correct their misdirection
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Exhausted rowers at finish line.
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Well over a million people lined the streets to watch the marathon.
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Awards ceremony was held from 2 pm after each final race was completed.
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What the horse sees inside the narrow starting gate.
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A faulty rudder runs them aground
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Winners of the preliminary heats advanced to the semi-finals held on the 3rd day (Aug. 26).
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Hayashi Masashi, finished 4th.
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1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winning teams received a trophy, certificate, and Lake Biwa Rowing Song CD. The CD was donated by Philbert Ono.
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Kyoto Univ. comes in 3rd place
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Practice track
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4-man crew alumni boat race
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Awards ceremony. The presenter is Shigeru Aoyama, the director of the Lake Biwa Rowing Course.
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Practice horse track at JRA Ritto Training Center in Ritto.
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The race course is filled with boats on the side practicing or rowing to the starting line.
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Wheelchair racer
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Trophy for you.
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Lake Biwa Rowing Song CD presented to a winner. A CD was also presented to the regatta's youngest and oldest rower.
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Starting line staff
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More runners start to trickle through the road in front of Kabuki-za. Niiya Hitomi is at the rear.
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Starting line
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The training track consists of several different tracks with grass, dirt, or wood chips.
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8-man crew alumni in their 20s and 30s at starting line
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The Toda Boat Course is a perfectly straight body of fresh water stretching over 2000 meters.
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The BL Club C team placed 2nd in the Masters Women's Category. マスターズ女子の部 2位 BLクラブC
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Horse stable model
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Kobe Univ. women rowers
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The SAKURA team placed 2nd in the Family category. ファミリーの部 2位 SAKURA
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Two-man boat race
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Horse feed, mainly grain. No meats.
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Kyodai alumni in their 20s and 30s
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Shiga Univ. cox at Toda Boat Course
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More runners
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3rd place winner in the Masters Men's Category. マスターズ男子の部 3位 大歯大松籟会B
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Cheering/coaching from bicycle
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Swimming pool for horses. There is a circular pool and straight and narrow pools.
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Kyodai alumni in their 20s and 30s
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Shiga University women rowers
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Arimori Yuko in her final marathon. She had fallen and both her legs have a bleeding cut. 有森裕子
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The BL Club B team placed 2nd in the Women's Category. 一般女子の部 2位 BLクラブB
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Cheering/coaching on foot
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Horse stables, newly constructed.
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One of the main events, the 4-man boat race between Todai and Kyodai on a 3200-meter course.
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Arimori Yuko escorted by a few runners. 東京マラソン 有森裕子
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The Shiga University Education Dept. B team placed 3rd in the Women's Category. 一般女子の部 3位 滋賀大教育B
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Horse stables.
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Todai's 4-man crew in the lead
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Arimori Yuko finished in 5th place among the women with a time of 2 hr. 52 min. 45 sec. 有森裕子
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Writing the winning team's name on the award certificate (one per team). Students from Doshisha University Rowing Club served as volunteer staff.
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Awards ceremony
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Unloaded a horse after a race. Horse trucks often arrived. One truck usually holds up to four horses.
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Kyodai's 4-man crew try to keep up
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Quite a few foreigners also in the marathon.
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Shiga Univ. banners
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Sports Masters poster. The annual Sports Masters national competition was held in Shiga in 2007. This regatta was a supporting event instead of an official competition.
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Boat landing
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Uphill training course with wood chips. 坂路調教馬場
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Todai's 4-man crew rowing
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Only one bridge (for pedestrians only) spans over the course at the 500-meter line.
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Legs tired, but he got up and resumed.
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Lake Biwa Rowing Course clubhouse, in front of which the awards ceremony was held. It is next to the finish line. The facillity is operated by Shiga Prefecture.
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Temporary boat landing
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Uphill training course with observation building. The wood chips are soft, making the horse less prone to injury.
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Kyodai's 4-man crew rowing
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It's not the Year of the Rooster...
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Lake Biwa Rowing Course boathouse
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Carrying the boat back
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Inside the observation building's press room.
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Kyodai's 4-man crew rowing with dark-blue blades
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Whenever a race is proceeding, the boats in the side lane keep still.
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Whale クジラ
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Lake Biwa Rowing Course boathouse
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Todai won this one.
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You can walk along the boat course only on one side (on the right as pictured here).
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One guy just stood out...
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Nice view of uphill training course. The wood chips, which eventually wear out, are replaced once a year.
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Main race: 8-man crew for Todai and Kyodai coming round the bend on the 3200-meter course
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With a pink afro wig. Or is it his real hair??
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View of track from press room.
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View from bridge looking toward the finish line.
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Moo! Probably works at a dairy or former employee of a computer maker.
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Starting gate on training track.
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Kyodai is clearly in the lead
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Scene in Ginza 4-chome
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The tour includes a ride on a retired race horse.
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Kyoto Univ. rowing to victory
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Ginza 4-chome in front of Wako
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The Toda Motor Boat Race Arena is where the starting line is.
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This one is named Meisho Ittetsu. メイショウ イッテツ
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Cheering section on bicycles.
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Runners running to the right are going to Asakusa, and the runners going to the left are heading for Tokyo Big Sight.
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Hoof marks on sand.
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Univ. of Tokyo rowing
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Practicing during no races.
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Going to Tokyo Big Sight
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Horse ride.
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Kyoto University's winning rowing crew
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Bridge fence
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Horse ride with a guide guiding the horse.
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Sleek racing row boats and traditional yakata picnic boats on upper right
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Carrying the boat back
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Ginza 4-chome
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No need to say giddy-up.
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View of Seta River race course, Karahashi Bridge on far left. Tokyo vs. Kyoto Univ. Regatta
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Awards ceremony
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In front of Apple Computer Store in Ginza
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Kanpai!
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Chuo-dori in Ginza
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Washing a horse with warrm water.
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Alumni race starting at Seta no Karahashi Bridge
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Celebrations
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Horse stables.
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Body tossing
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Starting line: ATTENTION!
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Inside Ito-ya
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Horse stables.
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Race course at the head of Seta River where it meets Lake Biwa. 1000-meter course with 6 lanes.
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Celebrate by jumping in the water
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Santa Claus in Asakusa
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Horse stables.
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Singing "Lake Biwa Rowing Song" (Biwako Shuko no Uta)
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GO!
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Runners in Asakusa
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Horses in stable.
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Singing "Lake Biwa Rowing Song" (Biwako Shuko no Uta)
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Runners pass by Kaminarimon Gate in Asakusa
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Unusual horse with a white face.
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Singing "Lake Biwa Rowing Song" (Biwako Shuko no Uta)
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Runners pass by Kaminarimon Gate in Asakusa 東京マラソン 浅草雷門
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The left profile is brown.
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View of Seta River race course from Karahashi Bridge
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Truck to carry the boats
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Runners pass by Kaminarimon Gate in Asakusa. Also see the video at YouTube.
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Hi horsey!
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Runners in Asakusa where they also held various entertainment.
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Staff living quarters
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Starting line staff must have strong back muscles.
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Below Ariake Station on Yurikamome Line 有明駅
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Free gift given at the end of the tour: Pen, stapler, and ruler set. Very interesting tour even though you don't see any horses running on the track. (That's Wednesday's early morning tour.)
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Below Ariake Station on Yurikamome Line, very close to Tokyo Big Sight (on left) 有明駅
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Below Ariake Station on Yurikamome Line 有明駅
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