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Summary of the event

Race Name

Toyama Marathon 2024

Date

Sunday, November 3rd, 2024
9:00 a.m. START.
4:00 p.m. Event ends.

Application Entry System

First come, first served

Application Start Date

Late April

Event / Capacity / Time Limit / Entry Fee

Marathon (42.195 km) / 13,000 people / Around 7 hours / 13,000 yen

Competition Rules

Determined by the Japan Association of Athletics Federations rules and the rules set forth for this competition.

Course

The course will be certified by the Japan Association of Athletics Federations.
Takaoka City Hall - Takaoka Buddha - Yamachosuji - Shin-Takaoka Station - Kaiwomaru Park - Shinminato Bridge (alternate course in the event of inclement weather) - Toyama Kita Bridge - Fugan Canal Kansui Park.

Alternate Course

*Alternate Course
In the case of inclement weather, Shinminato Ohashi Bridge may be unusable. In this case, an alternate route will be chosen.

Course Details

Course Introduction (accredited by JAAF)

Toyama Marathon Elevation Map
Toyama Marathon Elevation Map

Takaoka City Area: The manufacturing town

The marathon starts near Takaoka Kojo Park, which consists of the remains of Takaoka Castle, built by Lord Maeda Toshinaga.
It then passes in front of the Great Buddha of Takaoka, one of Japan's 3 Great Buddhas, before walking through Yamachosuji, an area designated as a Preservation District for Groups of Traditional Buildings, before passing in front of Takaoka Sekino Shrine, made famous by the Takaoka Mikurumayama Festival.
The marathon then turns around in front of the Hokuriku Shinkansen's Shin-Takaoka Station, designed with vertical lattices reminiscent of historical buildings.

  • Takaoka Kojo Park

    Takaoka Kojo Park

  • Great Buddha of Takaoka

    Great Buddha of Takaoka

  • Yamachosuji

    Yamachosuji

  • Shin-Takaoka Station

    Shin-Takaoka Station

Imizu City Area: Bounties of the Land and the Sea

The Imizu area is where the world-renowned beauty of Toyama Bay and the Tateyama Mountain Range are the most prominent.
The marathon takes you from a fishing port where you can feel the vibrant atmosphere of the fishermen selling the delicious bounties from Toyama Bay, to the Shinminato Bridge, a panorama spot which can only be enjoyed on foot during this race, all while admiring the Kaiwomaru sailing ship, affectuously known as the Lady of the Seas.
You go towards Toyama City through the view of the rice paddies where you can feel bounties of the land.

  • Shinminato Fishing Port

    Shinminato Fishing Port

  • Shinminato Bridge

    Shinminato Bridge

  • Kaiwomaru Park

    Kaiwomaru Park

  • Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club Induction Memorial Monument

    Most Beautiful Bays in the World Club Induction Memorial Monument

Toyama City Area: FutureCity

Leave the view of the rice paddies behind as you finally arrive in FutureCity Toyama.
As you cross over the Class 1 Jinzu River on the Toyama Kita Bridge, take a look at the grandiose view of the Tateyama Mountain Range above the city buildings.
Pass in front of the Toyama Prefectural Museum of Art and Design, and the finish line is just past the Toyama Prefecture Fugan Canal Kansui Park.

  • Tateyama Mountain Range

    Tateyama Mountain Range

  • Kansui Park

    Kansui Park