Program

Go Camp

Go program includes:
 - Lectures
 - Teaching games
 - League games
 - Game reviews
 - Special events

Days without dedicated Go programs are free for the participants. They can be used for:
 - visiting the Kiin and watching the pros at the tournaments and
 - optional sightseeing trips.

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
            Aug 14

Arrival day

Aug 15
League game,
Reviews,
Lecture
Aug 16
League game,
Reviews,
Lecture
Aug 17
Visit Kansai Kiin,
Osaka Castle
Aug 18
League game,
Reviews,
Lecture
Aug 19
League game,
Reviews,
Lecture
Aug 20
Friendship match with Japanese players
Aug 21
Friendship match with Japanese players
Aug 22
League game,
Reviews,
Lecture
Aug 23
League game,
Reviews,
Lecture
Aug 24
Day off
or
Sightseeing
Aug 25
League game,
Reviews,
Lecture
Aug 26
League game,
Reviews,
Exhibition match,
Sayonara party
Aug 27

Departure day

Sightseeing in/around Osaka

Osaka Castle is one of Japan's most famous castles, and played a major role in the unification of Japan during the sixteenth century. It is deep-rooted in the minds of citizens of Osaka as the symbol of Osaka, as is the "Taiko-han" (founder of Osaka Castle, Hideyoshi Toyotomi) Osaka Castle

Kyoto, Kinkakuji Formerly the imperial capital of Japan, Kyoto is now the capital of Kyoto Prefecture, as well as a major part of the Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe metropolitan area. It is the storehouse of Japan’s traditional culture and the stage on which much of Japanese history was played out. With 17 Unesco World Heritage sites, more than 1600 Buddhist temples and over 400 Shintō shrines, Kyoto is also one of the world’s most culturally rich cities.

Nara occupies the northern part of Nara Prefecture, directly bordering Kyoto Prefecture. Eight temples, shrines and ruins, together with Kasugayama Primeval Forest, collectively form the "Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara". Nara

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