OCTOBER 23, 2021

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Yamathon News & Updates!

OCTOBER 23, 2021

PARTNERING WITH


Yamathon News & Updates!

We would never be able to do the Tokyo Yamathon without the people behind the scenes. We would like ... to introduce to some of the wonderful people who help make this event possible. First up, Patrick Loyer. He hails from Canada and first volunteered for the 2015 Tokyo Yamathon.

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Tokyo Yamathon
We would never be able to do the Tokyo Yamathon without the people behind the scenes. We would like to introduce to some of the wonderful people who help make this event possible. First up, Patrick Loyer. He hails from Canada and first volunteered for the 2015 Tokyo Yamathon. ... See MoreSee Less
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4 days ago

Tokyo Yamathon
We would never be able to do the Tokyo Yamathon without the people behind the scenes. We would like to introduce to some of the wonderful people who help make this event possible. First up, Patrick Loyer. He hails from Canada and first volunteered for the 2015 Tokyo Yamathon. ... See MoreSee Less
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We would never be able to do the Tokyo Yamathon without the people behind the scenes. We would like ... to introduce to some of the wonderful people who help make this event possible. First up, Patrick Loyer. He hails from Canada and first volunteered for the 2015 Tokyo Yamathon.

In our second station profile we take a look at JY02 - Kanda Station. Be sure to check out our ... recommendation featuring the CRAFT BEER Market 神田店 !

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Yamathon Is Here!!

The Yamathon is a fundraising challenge where teams of three or four people compete to walk or run through Tokyo, visiting all 29 stations of the famous JR Yamanote train line in under 12 hours.

Please Get Involved & Have Fun with Us!

We want our volunteer members to enjoy themselves through our activities. The fun feeling will also resonate to Yamathon participants, making the event even more enjoyable

Charity Introduction

100% of your team registration fees and funds raised will be donated to NPO Kodomo Hospice. Yokohama Children’s Hospice Project will be the first Children’s Hospice in Kanto & only the second in Japan. 

Yamathon Is Here!

The Yamathon is a fundraising challenge where teams of three or four people compete to walk or run through Tokyo, visiting all 29 stations of the famous JR Yamanote train line in under 12 hours.

Please get involved and have fun with us!

Please get involved and have fun with us! We want our volunteer members to enjoy themselves through our activities. The fun feeling will also resonate to Yamathon participants, making the event even
more enjoyable

Charity Introduction

100% of your team registration fees and funds raised will be donated to NPO Kodomo Hospice Yokohama Children’s Hospice Project will be the first Children’s Hospice in Kanto & only the second in Japan. It will be built in Autumn 2020 and completed in early 2021.

YAMATHON SO FAR

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