Fugan Suijo Line

Enjoy a cruise along the Fugan Canal

  • Departing Kansui Park!

Enjoy a canal cruise from Kansui Park to Iwase, passing through the Nakajima Komon Lock Gate, an Important Cultural Property of Japan, on the way. The trip along the beautiful canal takes around one hour. Nakajima Komon Lock Gate, known as the “Water Lift”, is an extraordinary landmark that cannot be found anywhere else in Japan. To really get the most out of your cruise, you’ll be accompanied by a guide who will provide fascinating information on the history of the canal and the nature surrounding it. The cruise is operated on two boats, Sora (capacity 55 persons) and Momiji (capacity 11 persons). Regularly scheduled cruises can be enjoyed every Saturday, Sunday and public holiday, with charter services provided on weekdays. What better way to see Toyama than on a relaxing cruise?

  • Sora (capacity 55 persons)

  • Momiji (capacity 11 persons)

  • Nakajima Komon Lock Gate, known as the “Water Lift”

Fugan Suijo Line

TEL 076-437-9272 (NHI Co., Ltd.)
Trading hours Around early April to the end of November
<Standard services> 9:45am-4:50pm weekends and public holidays
<Special services> Special timetables for occasions such as cherry blossom season, Golden Week (late April/early May), summer, the Bon Festival (August) and the Owara Festival (September)
Price Kansui Park to Iwase Canal Hall: ¥1,500 one way (includes one-way light rail ticket)
Kansui Park to Nakajima Komon Lock Gate: ¥1,000 return
Access From Toyama Station on the JR Hokuriku Main Line:
<Kansui Park Terminal> 10 minute walk
<Iwase Canal Hall Terminal> 25 minutes by Toyama Light Rail. Approx. 3 minute walk from Iwase-hama Station.
Parking <Kansui Park> 249 spaces (9:00am-10:00pm). Parking fee: Free
<Iwase Canal Hall> 75 spaces (including 1 disabled parking space and 3 spaces for buses). Parking fee: Free
Official URL http://www.fugan-suijo-line.jp/
Remarks Booking recommended.
Inquiries service available from 9:00am to 5:00pm (closed Tuesday and Wednesday, or the following day if a public holiday falls on one of these days.)
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