In Japan, clean drinkable water is only a few steps away. Yet around the world, millions walk 6km each day to fetch unsafe water. On October 15th, Conrad Tokyo, Hilton Odaiba and HOPE International Development Agency, Japan (HOPE-JP) will be hosting their second a 6.5km charity walk across the iconic Rainbow Bridge!
Start Line: Conrad Tokyo
Registration will be open from 8:00 am
A Continental Breakfast will be hosted by Conrad Tokyo, as you register, and a short opening ceremony will take place at 8:30am. Teams can start leaving the Conrad Tokyo from 8:45am.
The route will take you from Conrad Tokyo, across the Rainbow Bridge, all the way to Hilton Odaiba. (6.5 km in length)
Finish Line: Hilton Odaiba
A rewarding Brunch hosted by Hilton Odaiba will be available from 10:30 – 12:30pm, and there will be a closing ceremony at approximately 12:00pm.
Please note that this is a walk, not a race! But there will be a water challenge, where you will be challenged to carry containers of recycled water if you are up for it! Details to be released soon.
SIGN UP AS A TEAM! – ¥5,000 per person
This is a team event, so come as a group of friends, colleagues and or family. Form a team, create your own team name, participate in the water challenge together, and walk for water! *Minimum 8 members, maximum 12 members (can include Students at 3000 yen each)
Your participation comes with complementary:
Continental Breakfast at Conrad Tokyo
One bottle of water
Brunch at Hilton Odaiba
Rainbow Walk 2017 T-shirt
Thanks to the generous support of Conrad Tokyo, Hilton Odaiba and Morrison Foerster, 100% of your ¥5,000 contribution will go to the work of HOPE-JP.
A limited number of individual tickets are available!
Adults ¥6000 ( minimum contribution)
Students ¥3000 ( minimum contribution)
Click here to sign up as an individual!
What Clean Water Can Do
Access to clean water is the first step out of poverty.
By having clean water, families can stay healthier, practice good sanitation, and leverage the water to grow crops and increase their income. Children can also go to school, because they no longer have to spend the majority of their days fetching water. A good infrastructure for water enables people to direct their energies towards other means that will improve their living standards. Learn more by watching our short film from Ethiopia here.