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Running Plan 08 (Tokyo – Arakawa River)

December 20, 2009


This running program is best for people living/working around the Arakawa river area (northern part of Tokyo downtown area) or for runners interested in doing relatively long runs and avoiding Tokyo’s traffic and pollution.

This running course (that can also be used for cycling) goes all along the river and has clear kilometer markers every 1km (from 0km mark to 35km mark) to help you evaluate the distance you cover during each one of your training sessions.

The most convenient stations to access the run path are:

– Minamisunamachi (Tozai line)
– Nishikasai (Tozai line)
– Higashiojima (Toei Shinjuku line)
– Funabori (Toei Shinjuku line)
– Hirai (JR Sobu Chuo line)
– Shinkoiwa (JR Sobu Chuo line)
– Yahiro (Keisei Oshiage Line)
– Yotsugi (Keisei Oshiage Line)
– Kanegafuchi (Tobu Line)
– Keiseisekiya (Keisei Line)
– Kita Senju (Chiyoda line, JR Joban Line, Hibiya Line)
– Adachiodai (Nippori-Toneri Liner)
– Oji (Keihin Tohoku Line, Namboku line)
– Oji Kamiya (Namboku line)
– Akabane (Keihin Tohoku Line, Saikyo Line, Shonan Shinjuku Line)
– Akabane Iwabuchi (Namboku line)
– KitaAkabane (Saikyo line)
– Ukimafunado (Saikyo line)
– Nishitakashimadaira (Mita line)
– Wakoshi (Yurakucho  line, Tobu Tojo Line)
– Nishiurawa (JR Musashino line)

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