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Friday, Nov. 7, 2003
Yokohaman heritage shown in tour
A walking tour will be held Nov. 15 to view sites representing the cultural heritage and modernization that took place in Yokohama after the Meiji Restoration in 1868.
The tour, organized by Public Art Forum, a private institution in Tokyo, will visit the red-brick warehouse and the dockyard near Yamashita Park, Iwakame Inari Shrine, Kamonyama Park and other sites of cultural interest.
Those interested can register by faxing (03) 3929-2323 or sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org on or before Nov. 10.
The sender must state name, sex, date of birth, address, occupation, and telephone or fax numbers and e-mail address and whether he or she wants to attend a 5,000 yen party afterward. Up to 25 people will be accepted.
The tour fee is 3,000 yen. The tour will start at the exit of Sakuragi-cho Station of the Toyoko Line at noon, rain or shine.