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Kanagawa Prefectural Physical Education Center

The sports complex structure, besides the main arena, provides training areas where you can practice boxing、fencing and weightlifting. It also includes an indoor 50m pool, an athletic stadium, training rooms and an accommodation building. The structure is planned to be completed by March 2020.

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Kanagawa Prefectural Seisho Sports Center

A gymnasium equipped with a 1,500 square meters main floor and a sport plaza with soccer, softball, tennis and other facilities.

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Kanagawa Prefectural Budokan (Martial arts stadium)

The 400-tatami judo hall can be used for four matches at the same time. This Budokan is regarded as the sanctuary of martial arts in Kanagawa and hosts a variety of tournaments.

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Kanagawa Prefectural Lake Sagami Rowing Course

This is a prefectural rowing match facility with six lanes designed for 1,000-meter races. There are training rooms and seminar rooms as well. It was the venue for the canoe sprint at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games.

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Kanagawa Prefectural Gymnasium

This sports complex with meeting rooms and multi-purpose rooms provides a center for the promotion of lifelong sports participation in Kanagawa Prefecture. It also accommodates the head offices of several sports associations.

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Kanagawa Prefectural Isehara Shooting Range

Isehara Shooting Range is equipped with rifle ranges and sporting clay (trap, skeet) ranges. It will host the clay shooting competition at the National Athletic Meet in 2015.

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Kanagawa Prefectural Lake Miyagase Canoe Course

A prefecture-run canoe club that has six lanes for 1,000-meter races, a control tower and sheds. The canoe races at the National Athletic Meet of 1998 took place here.

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PORT of SHONAN ENOSHIMA YACHT HARBOR

The Port of Shonan is one of the largest public yacht harbors in Japan and was the venue for the yacht competitions at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games. Since then, many international competitions have taken place here.

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PORT of HAYAMA

The port of Hayama is known as the birthplace of yacht racing in Japan and was the sub-harbor of the port of Shonan at the 1964 Tokyo Olympic games. It hosts about 30 yacht races a year.

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Meiji Gakuin University Hepburn Field

The facility consists of an all-weather athletic stadium with six 400-meter lanes, a soccer field, archery range, judo facility and a gymnasiusm.

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