Finally Friday Fukov
Hash House Harriers
This Hash runs once a week, starting near a train station in the central area of Tokyo. The trails are usually pre-laid,
A to A, 7 to 8 km. The pack starts running at 19:30 (except perhaps on public holidays) so please arrive by 19:20 if
possible. After the run we have a few beers and nosh, usually with a circle and down-downs. On-after parties are not
always organised (hence the name "Fukov") but they sometimes happen.
Hash Cash (1,000 yen; possibly more for special events) covers the run, beer, something to munch with your beer, and down-downs. We usually have water and sports drink too. If you want to drink something else (e.g. if you don't drink alcohol) tell the hare when you arrive. If we find your request reasonable, it will be fulfilled. Rumours about the abolition of our "virgins free" policy are absolutely true.
From the station exit announced in the hareline below, follow the trail of arrows marked "F3H3" to the start. Please come prepared for outdoor drinking and snacking after the run. At least one hare or co-hare will stay at the start/finish during the run to take care of bags, etc. but hashers should make their valuables secure or carry them on trail.
Don't run in new running shoes. And it's a drinking club, so don't bring your children (aged 20+ to drink, aged 18+ to run).
Where we've run
|September 24th||0||CANCELLED!! Drink at home, tag your photos #f3h3tonight
|October 1st||861||TBA||Pull The Other One||
JR Chuo-Sobu and Toei Oedo Lines (JR East Exit)
|Statue of Admiral Perry
|Horny Hori Osaka||
Asakusa and Oedo Lines (Exit A6); 600m from Hamamatsucho Station (JR Yamanote and Keihin-Tohoku Lines - North Exit)
|Nakano Shikinomori Park
Chuo, Chuo-Sobu, and Tozai Lines (North Exit)
Questions? Suggestions? Wanna be a hare?
- write to: f3hash (at) gmail (dot) com
F3H3 Sign-up Sheet (pdf)
English: Jorudan, Hyperdia
Japanese: Jorudan, Hyperdia
Full timetables (in Japanese): Ekikara
Weekly Kanto area harelines:
Sumo H3 (Sunday)
Tokyo H3 (Monday)
Tokyo Ladies H3 (Wednesday) - men are welcome
Samurai H3 (Saturday)
Monthly Kanto area harelines:
Hayama H3 (Sunday)
Less often Kanto area harelines:
Yoko Yoko H3 (Occassional)
T3H4 (Tuesday & Thursday, Holidays only)
Hashing around Japan ... and around the world
* Where Everybody Fuxoff** and Fukinov is an Art***
F3H3 - On! On!
** Originally, when F3H3 was flounded, this was in contrast to Tokyo's Monday and Wednesday hashes, where anyone not 'staying' for the party in the izakaya or restaurant is deemed 'antisocial' for 'fukinov'. At F3H3 we don't go to a restaurant or izakaya for a party (we usually drink and munch in a park or similar) so nobody 'stays' and everybody 'fuxoff'.
*** Not sure where this came from.