The Oise-san Marathon is an unique experience that takes you around the sacred Ise Jingu Naiku（Inner shrine） and old landscapes from the Edo Period. Be ready to be amazed by the scenic routes through Oharaimachi and mountains views that surround the city of Ise. Enjoy the traditional shops and restaurants as well as popular seafood and mountain vegetables dishes after the race! This year's special guest is Mizuki Noguchi, a gold medalist in the 2004 Athens Olympics. Feel the energy and support from the city of Ise!
Includes: English Registration, English Event Guide, English Email/Phone Support, Finisher Entitlements (beach towel, akafuku mochi, Oise-san Ticket, and sports drink), Event Insurance, and Post-Race Follow-up (links to results, photos)
*The Oise-san ticket is worth 500 yen and can be used at the official Oise-san Marathon merchandise store or at designated stores in Oharai-machi.
|Entry Fees||Before Nov 15, 2018|
|21KM (Half Marathon)||¥5,000|
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