Lake Kiba Canoe Sprint Course
Canoe Sprint Course
9 fixed lanes, 9m wide course, 1000m long lanes, Automatic starting system
Equipment and other facilities
Coaching boats catamaran
Gym, Weight training machines, ergometers
Training facilities, recovery facilities
Main training camps previously held
・ Beijing Olympics pre-games training
U.S.A., France, Belgium, Japan (2008)
Main events previously held
・ 10th Junior World Canoe Championships (2003)
・ Continental Qualifier in Asia for Beijing 2008 Olympics
・ Japan Canoe Sprint Championships (2002 to present)
NEWS & TOPICS
Lake Kiba, which has been designated as a National Training Center for Canoe Sprinting by the country, will have a new training facility built in order to increase its functionality. The new training site will be completed within 2017. ■ 2 floors, Area: 257m² · Training room ...
Japan canoe sprint championships was held from 8-12 September at Lake Kiba, and 222 athletes played an exciting races.
Japan national team organizes the training camp at Lake Kiba that began from early August.
Why dose Komatsu city want to attract canoe sprint athletes into training here,in the region,for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Competitions?
In 2009,Lake Kiba in Komatsu city was designated a National Traning Centre for canoe sports,and the Japanese National Team holds their annual traning camp here.In addition,Komatsu city hopes to increase the popularity of competitive canoeing as well as improve the standards of local junior canoeists.
Public relations materials released by the prefectural government can be downloaded here.
Canoe Pre-Games Training Camp Guide
Lake Kiba Canoe Sprint Course
- Kibagata, Kiba Town, Komatsu City, Ishikawa Prefecture,Japan
Komatsu City is located in the middle of Honshu, the largest island of the Japanese archipelago. Situated in the southwest of Ishikawa Prefecture, Komatsu City has the Sea of Japan to the west, and offers a stunning view of Mt. Haku to the east.
Affording a clear view of Mt. Hakusan, this park has a lagoon in the center, which is surrounded by natural parklands. In addition to a large parking lot, it has many other facilities, including a rest house, a dock, and tennis courts.
The Kabuki play Kanjincho has made Ataka-no-Seki famous all over Japan. Eight hundred years after it was erected, the stone signpost of the barrier station, which was once located here in order to collect taxes from and perform inspections of travelers, still stands discreetly in the pine forest overlooking the Japan Sea. Beside it, the bronze statues of Benkei and Yoshitsune, and of the barrier keeper Togashi , are exposed to the sea breezes. Here, visitors can taste the romance of bygone days.
A famous temple of the Shingon sect which is said to have originated in 717 when Taicho Daishi housed an image of a deity with one thousand hands in a rocky cavern. The temple was reconstructed in the Edo period by the third Lord of Kaga, Maeda Toshitsune. Subsequently, Matsuo Basho, a famous Japanese poet in the early modern period, paid homage at the temple on his visit to Komatsu and composed a famous haiku.
The oldest of the Kaga hot springs discovered in 718 by Taicho Daishi, the priest who founded the Hakusan shrine, about 1,300 years ago. Almost all of the inns have their own water source, and the hot spring water contains rich minerals. So, they are the perfect place to refresh the mind and body.