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Wajima City Public Gymnasium

Facility Size

Arena: 45m × 37m,
ceiling height 17m
4 Trampolines
2 EUROTRAMP trampolines
2 trampoline mat sets

Equipment and other facilities

Heated pool
Training room
Running track
(180m circuit)
Meeting room etc.

Others

◆Equipped with air conditioning, a heated pool and a training room.
◆This facility is situated in a relaxing environment surrounded by natura forest and on a small hill with views of the sea.

Main events previously held

・ Western Japan Trampoline hampionships (2015, 2007)

NEWS & TOPICS

2016/11/11

Ishikawa Native Olympians participate in 11th Ishikawa Children's Long-Distance Relay Race

On November 3rd, a long-distance relay race was held in the Ishikawa Track and Field Stadium, in which about 1,200 Ishikawa elementary school students participated. Daisuke Nakata, who represented Japan Men's Trampoline at the Sydney Olympics, and Mai Nakagawa, who represented...

2016/10/18

Advertising Ishikawa prefecture as a location for pre-games training camps at an International Gymnastics Federation assembly

On October 18th, 4 cities--Kanazawa, Komatsu, Wajima and Hakusan, which are the candidate locations for the Trampoline training camp--and Ishikawa Prefecture ran a booth at the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) General Assembly held at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba Hotel to...

2016/10/10

An event hosted by former Olympians is held at Kanazawa Gakuin University

On October 10th, a talk show hosted by top athletes was held at Kanazawa Gakuin University in Ishikawa, which has produced many Olympians and is a top-level university for Weight Lifting and Trampoline in Japan. Miyoji Kikuta, Head Coach of Men’s Weight Lifting at the Athens O...

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Wajima City Public Gymnasium

  • 1-12 Sugihira-machi, Wajima-shi, Ishikawa
  • Phone: +81-768-23-0101
  • Fax: +81-768-23-0102

City outline

Wajima belongs to the rural and historic Noto area, which is famous for fishing, natural salt manufacture, and other traditional skills. In 2011, it was recognized as a Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System.
By plane, it only takes one hour to get from Noto airport in Wajima city to Haneda airport in Tokyo. The temperature and humidity from July to August in Wajima are roughly the same as Tokyo because Wajima faces the sea, like Tokyo. This will permit you to practice in the same conditions you will compete in.

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